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by on February 26, 2013 at 9:01 am in Food and Drink | Permalink

You can basically create a gummy replica of yourself to eat. It looks absolutely delicious.

FabCafe in Japan is offering the service for approximately $65 (6,000 Yen), which sounds like a complete steal to me. It’s apparently a 2-part process that requires a 3D body scanner and a lot of gummy colors. FabCafe, which made a chocolate replica for faces, is doing this for Japan’s White Day (in Asian countries, White Day is like Valentine’s Day but the girls give the gifts to the guys. Awesome).

Here is a bit more with photo, hat tip goes to Rob Raffety.

1 Alex Godofsky February 26, 2013 at 10:14 am

It’s not clear from the article (or photos): are these life-size gummy bears??? How could you ever eat the whole thing?

2 JWatts February 26, 2013 at 10:47 am

For $65, those aren’t life size. They are probably just the normal 2cm or so. I’m curious how many you get when you place an order though?

However, the round trip ticket to Japan probably pushed it out of my normal snack price budget.

3 DNL February 26, 2013 at 11:57 am

In Japan and South Korea, on Valentine’s Day — February 14th — men receive gifts.

On White Day — March 14th — men reciprocation. See

In South Korea only, on Black Day — April 14th — men and women who did not receive gifts gather to eat chocolate. See

4 Norbert S February 26, 2013 at 8:25 pm

He got it backward: on White Day guys give presents to girls in Japan. Valentine Day is actually the opposite of the western custom in Japan and girls give presents to guys. Both times it’s usually chocolates or other sweets like this “gummy man” – almost never flowers. I guess he got it wrong because the author has Chinese ethnicity (Chan) where it’s the opposite i.e. Valentine’s Day is the same as in the US ­čÖé

5 TR W February 26, 2013 at 8:33 pm

East Asians change the frequency and think they created something new. These romantic traditions are based on European traditions.

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