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We’ve all the seen the amazing displays of plastic food outside restaurants in Japan. Sometimes they’re so detailed, it’s genuinely difficult to tell whether they’re real or not.

Well, if you’ve always secretly wanted to steal one of those food models to decorate your room, then you’re in luck, because someone had the great idea to turn plastic food into iPhone cases. We wanted to share this awesome compilation of fake food iPhone cases with you that look just good enough to eat.

Warning: no matter how hungry you are, do not attempt to consume these phones.

Last year, we introduced a variety of ridiculously awesome smartphone cases, such as the bubble wrap case, banana caseslice of toast caseHatsune Miku spring onion case, and even iPhone underpants! Now, the saga continues with this collection of appetizing food-themed iPhone cases. We’re not sure how practical they are in reality, but boy, they sure do look nice. I wonder how many people with these phone cases have mistakenly taken a bite of cold plastic…

▼Now you can go from this…

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▼…to this portable version!

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Those plastic crêpes in Harajuku get me every time…

Without further ado, check out these appetizing iPhone cases from around the web:

  • Sweets collection

▼For everyone with an insatiable sweet-tooth

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▼It looks too perfect to eat- I mean use!!

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▼A phone fit for a princess

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▼You could probably display this one in a bakery window and no one would ever know the difference.

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▼Where’s the phone in all of this?!

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▼Classic Japanese Christmas cake

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  • Japanese food collection

▼These ikura, or fish roe, look incredibly realistic

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▼Someone can’t resist trying to get a nibble…

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▼This unagi, or eel, looks totally fresh and delicious

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▼An oden phone, perfect for cold winter nights!

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Classic “akamaru“, or “red circle”, Japanese flag-style bento

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  • Western food collection

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▼Mmmm, cream stew! Or is that cheese!?

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▼I wonder if it smells like bacon, too

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▼My mouth is really watering now…

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  • Chinese food collection

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▼Chinese-style ebi-chiri (stir-fried shrimp in chili sauce) is hugely popular in Japan

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Well, are you hungry now?

Source: Naver Matome