Melbourne: A Japanese cafe in Shibuya, Tokyo is offering its female customers the services of a 3D scanner, by carving their face on chocolate truffles.

According to Japanese website IT Media, FabCafe takes an image of a face before printing a silicon mould.

This is then filled with chocolate truffle, a media reported.

The indulgence costs about 65 dollars and is limited to women only.

It is a tradition for Japanese women to give chocolate on Valentines Day .

Japanese men get a chance to return the favour in March, on White Day.


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