Life: Sushi that melts in your mouth

The illusion could not be more perfect. No this is not fish or sushi from your favorite Japanese – these master pieces are made out of chocolate.Koo-Ki Sushi in San Jose, CA is creating these fabulous delights from finest chocolate. Pictured below is their classic container series of gift boxes.

Available online for mail order (FedEx) or pickup from their shop in California. Many other items can be ordered including single pieces on nice kozaras.

Top of the line items shown below are available from USD 35 to 72. Check out their online sushi bar.

via PopGadget

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link to Kooki Sushi

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