This week in astounding Japanese culinary creations: edible forests made using fork "trees" that stand upright when inserted into pre-cut slots on a rectangular wooden board. Jellybean leaves, branches made of fig and prosciutto - how deliciously Alice in Wonderland.
Related: candy paint, chocolate pencils, and an edible zen garden, with sesame rocks and sugar sand (laments the very funny writer at Spoon & Tamago, "the adorable wooden rake included in the set cannot be eaten").
Via Spoon & Tamago. Made by Tetusin Design Office and local artists for the Okawa Conserve.