I would never eat it if I had an animal lollipop created by Shinri Tezuka. Shinri Tezuka is a Japanese young yet senior artisan that is master of traditional Japanese amezaiku, a form of candy sculpture that can date back to the 8th century.
Each realistic lollipop is made from sugary syrup, starch, and organic coloring, and using his superb technique, the artisan sculptured many vivid and detailed animals like goldfishes, lion, rabbit and more.
The artisan runs his own candy shop named Ameshin in Tokyo. If you travel to Japan, don’t forget to visit his candy shop, and getting the lollipops back. Each costs approx $8-17.
via Design Swan