It’s that time again! Time for Japanese New Year’s television to have a panel of celebrity guests bite into things to see if they are made of chocolate or candy. In Japanese, these are “sokkuri sweets” (そっくりスイーツ), with “sokkuri” meaning “looks like” or “spitting image.”
So, is this a leather chair or a chocolate chair? Watch the clip to find out.
What about this? Is this a hotel room key or a sweets key?
How about this window?
今、TOKIOのウルトラマンDASH 見よる人にも見よらん人にも ちょとみてほしい???? 心くん………???? pic.twitter.com/IMxA4gqwIB
— り お ぴ よ (@3sh1only) January 1, 2016
D’oh. Better luck next year, kiddo!
Top image: 日本テレビ | ウルトラマンDASH via 黒焼魚