28-year-old Shinri Tezuka is a candy artisan who runs a Tokyo candy shop named Ameshin that offers traditional Japanese craft named amezaiku, a handmade form of candy making that dates back to the 8th century, in that era, which were offered at temples or given as gifts. With a mixture of starch and sugary syrup, the young artisan creates realistic animal lollipops and sugar sculptures from goldfish to lions, frog to hedgehogs, octopus to crane, snake to Pegasus, and so on, and he shares new designs aperiodically on Instagram account.
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