In Japanese culture, cats are a symbol of good fortune and wealth, so it's no real surprise these Japanese "fortune cookies" have been designed with little kitties inside.
Online candy shop Felissimo is now selling triangular rice crackers with tiny cat statues inside. For ¥ 2,200, (about $24 CDN), you get two crackers and one bag of karinto — sweet sticks made of flour, brown sugar and yeast.
And while the cat figurines might look sweet enough to eat, they aren't actually edible. According to the website, the figures are made from wood and are handcrafted with different shapes and expressions.
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