No one wants to have egg on their face, but if you want in on your head, this Japanese company is happy to oblige.
One of the many great things about eating out in Japan is the fake food samples that are presented outside the restaurant. Sometimes it can be hard to tell what a dish will actually look like from a written menu, so they’re super helpful for helping you decide if a restaurant is right for you before you even go inside.
▼ So… pretty….
Oh right, I was supposed to be picking my dinner!
Some of the fake food samples are really beautifully made, so much so that you may have thought about stealing them and wearing them on your head… maybe.
But now you don’t have to live a life of plastic-sample-stealing crime to get that food fashion you crave so badly. One of the companies that makes the realistic fake food for restaurants, Fake Food Hatanaka, has now released what it calls the ii-Fake line of accessories that feature their signature plastic dishes.
Here’s a sample of some of their wares:
▼ Nothing quite completes that “I woke up like this” look
like a pile of spaghetti and meat sauce in your hair.
▼ “Oh this old thing? I just tossed it up there this morning.”
▼ The egg on that tsukimi soba really brings out the yolks in your eyes.
▼ When you want to have emo hair but also
want to show your love of bacon and eggs to the world.
▼ One of my favorites for its subtlety: a bacon bow.
▼ And for those who want the complete
opposite of subtlety: the full-on Medusa-hair omelet soba!
If you’re a fan of Japanese food samples and crazy hair accessories, then check out Fake Food Hatanaka’s online accessory shop ii-fake. There’s much more available than what we’ve shown here, though a lot of it has been so popular it’s already sold out.
Source: Fake Food Hatanaka
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