Fake food models

Fake food models
Plastic food replicas were first displayed in Japan. It used to made from wax,
today they are usually made out of plastic. The plastic models are mostly
handmade and delicately sculpted to look like the actual dishes. The models are
custom-made to restaurants to make the customers know what the dished look
like. It has been raised to an art form. The food displays are called sampuru
which is Japanese word derived from the English word "sample". In Japan,
billions of yen can be earned by the plastic food manufacturing company per year.
In recent years, markets overseas, such as China and South Korea were targeted
by Japanese plastic food manufacturers