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The tradition of displaying food samples in front of the Japanese restaurants is said to start around the year 1917.

It is a very helpful thing when you wonder which place to choose and what exactly to have. 

But the greatest thing is that these samples look perfectly real and delicious.

Have you ever wondered how they are made?

Here is a video of how to make few Japanese food samples like tempura and cabbage.

Enjoy it like those kids and their parents do:

Kids are so curious what will come out of this

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In a few moments – a huge fried shrimp!

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A delicious-looking sweet potato tempura

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And what’s next?

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Making a cabbage head

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Looks unbelievable to form a cabbage head from this

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But that's how it looks after cut in half

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Source: Making japanese food samples