The last thing I ever expected designer Naoto Fukasawa to make was dessert, and yet that's exactly what he's done with this chocolate heart. This scrumptious sweet actually looks nice for a replica of an actual human organ. Besides, with a ribbon that says "I love you" around it, who can resist?
This Valentine's Day, consider getting an actual human chocolate heart. Now you can give a literal meaning to the phrase "eat your heart out," and actually mean it in a romantic way.
This Chocolate Heart by Naoto Fukasawa Takes a Literal Approach
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