Japanese sweet maker Nagatoya recently launched a dessert called 'Fly Me to the Moon' that takes the form of a picturesque jelly dessert that reveals different scenes when it is sliced.
True to its name, the bite-sized, multi-colored dessert features a scene of a bird flying closer and closer to the moon. Rather than featuring the same image all the way through, the dessert boasts a color-changing sky that morphs from yellow to deep the deep blue of night, as well as a moon that is cycles from a crescent to a full shape in the sky.
Alongside offering a dynamic change in appearance, the dessert from Nagatoya also offers a diverse range of flavors, including sweet red bean paste, lemon and champagne jelly, as well as toppings that include cranberry, walnut and raisin.
Nagatoya's 'Fly Me to the Moon' Can Be Sliced to Reveal Different Scenes
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