I love food. I love eating delicious and visually appealing food. That's why I'm trying to lose weight :P If you are such a gourmet, then you will love Fake Food Japan. But don't get me wrong! These are genuine fake food! This great company sent me a Crab Claw USB Flash Drive - 4GB for review ($50.35 value). I really love crab meat, so I chose it.
If you are a crab lover then this is the USB flash drive for you!
Dimensions: Length, Width & Height - 18.0 cm x 3.5 cm x 3.0 cm (7.1 in x 1.4 in x 1.2 in)
Made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
The flash drive is working very well; you don't need to install anything to make it work. I will be able to store my files and important documents there easily. The flash drive is embedded in the crafted fake food and doesn't fall or move, so there is no risk to lose it. But what must be emphasized here is the similarity of this fake food to a real crab claw. The elaborateness is perfect. I think they handle this difficult job with easiness. The result is so good that you really want to feast! When I first saw the products on the website, I felt immediately hungry :) These would go perfectly well in the kitchen as a complementary accessory. But please keep them away from your little children as they may mistake them for real food.
My Favorite Three From the Shop:
- Crucian Carp Cell Phone Charm/Zipper Pull = $17.62
- Chocolate Parfait (mini) Keychain = $13.85
- Assorted Slices of Cake Replica = $67.97
From the Sponsor:Established the business in May 2012 to fill the need of offering Japanese fake food to enthusiasts/collectors around the world for purchase online in English. We are the first online site of its kind and strive to promote this particular Japanese culture worldwide through our products.
Even with Japan’s rich cultural history, many don’t know that “fake food” originated here and is one of the country’s best-kept cultural secrets.
The Japanese fake food industry got started in 1932 in Osaka (food capital of Japan) and grew exponentially when US military servicemen came over during the war and needed visuals since they couldn't understand what was written on restaurant menus. From there, the industry has grown into a $100 million industry in Japan where it currently stands today.
VISIT IT: http://fakefoodjapan.com/ (Website)
BUY IT: Business card cases are between $27.69 - $33.98; cell phone charms/zipper pulls are between $7.55 - $22.66; headphone jack plugs are between $7.55 - $17.62; iPhone 4 cases are between $33.98 - $47.83; ear picks are between $8.81 - $18.88; frisk mint cases are between $27.69 - $33.98; keychains are between $7.55 - $22.66; life-size replicas are between $17.62 - $832.00; magnets are between $8.81 - $23.92; USB flash drives are between $44.05 - $50.35. They ship worldwide!
WIN IT: One (1) winner will receive any one item less than $55 value from Fake Food Japan.