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Japanese Artist Creates Realistic Animal Lollipops

|   Highly Detailed Aquatic Art That is Too Beautiful to Eat

The ancient art of Amezaiku, or Japanese craft of lollipop-making, dates back to the middle-ages. In modern day, we find Shinri Tezuka carrying on the tradition.

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The 26-year-old artist is the owner of Ameshin, a small shop in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, Japan where he creates his amazing works of art, and holds workshops and demonstrations for the public.

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Some of Tezuka’s latest creations include aquatic creatures, including goldfish, frogs, and tadpoles. These amazing, edible treats are made only from sugar, water, starch, and food coloring.

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