Cineca Creates Japanese Snacks That Mimic Scenes of Iconic Films

 - Jun 29, 2014
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A Tokyo-based designer who goes by the named 'cineca' makes Japanese snacks in the likes of worldly cinema. He handcrafts candy based on the epic moments and scenes in certain movies.

Each creation is completely edible and includes everything from edible trees to edible butterflies. The series includes candy inspired by the 2007 Polish film 'Time to Die' dubbed 'ki ki ki,' which translates to "tree, tree, tree" and candy that mimic properties of the film adaptations of 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly' and the 2008 French film 'Seraphine.'

Many of the sweets are currently on display at the Rectohall in Shibuya, Tokyo. However, if you are a candy lover, you best stay clear of the exhibit just in case you get temped to chow down on one.