In Japan, girls mostly give chocolate or presents to their crushes or boyfriends and sweets are considered really “girly,” so here are some Japanese heart-shaped products that men might enjoy more than chocolate!
Osawaya is selling this really cute udon set that comes with a heart-shaped aburaage and a little pink heart made with udon.
Heart-shaped rice crackers from Minatoya.
100 gram and 3 cm-thick Yonezawa steak shaped like a heart. Who could turn that down?
Heart-shaped kamaboko (fishcakes). The brown ones look like chocolate, but they guarantee that it will taste like a normal kamaboko.
Heart-shaped leaves taken from hoya kerrii called “heart hoya” in Japan. It’s not food (I mean, I’m sure you could eat it if you wanted to), but it’s so kawaii!