These Japanese lollipops are real works of art

Have you ever heard about "Amzza"? This traditional Japanese art for the manufacture of lollipops exists from the 8th century of our era. For their manufacture, the artist, armed with only scissors and tweezers, uses sugar syrup, starch and food dyes.

Masters "Amzzaica" around the world remained a bit left, and therefore each of them is very popular, and their shops selling candies are always full of buyers. One of these masters is the 27-year-old Shinri Tezuka - has its own shop called AME-SHIN in Tokyo.

The store owner simply does not have time to create new figures - they use so big popularity. And looking at the photo, it becomes clear why.

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