François-Xavier of FX Cuisine shows some of the "culinary artifacts" he recently got from Japan, including the scissor-like doohickey above. What is it used for? See the answer after the jump.
It's a pair of scissors used to cut the tops off itty-bitty quail eggs.
FX's other finds include a wasabi grater made from wood and shark skin, mock bento boxes filled with candies made to look like food, and a fake lettuce leaf (to "make you guys believe that I'll eat my steak with salad").
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