Hallow is around the corner. Have you prepared an unexpected costume for upcoming Halloween party? Of course, don’t forget some matching food and ornaments such as the Wasanbon skull shaped sugar cubes.
Wasanbon is a fine-grained premium Japanese sugar, traditionally made in the Shikoku prefectures Tokushima and Kagawa, but unlike other Wasanbon sugar, the cube sugar was deigned by Nobumasa Takahashi, a famous Japanese artist. As shown in the images, the sugar cubes come in black and white, and each one is shaped as a skull which perfectly match the theme of Halloween.
A box of Wasanbon skull-shaped sugar cubes contains 18 pieces of black and white (9 each). Each sugar cube measures 15mm diameter. You can use them as regular sugar, sweetening your tea or coffee, especially great for Halloween party, and the skull-shaped box add more creepy atmosphere in your room. Moreover, it’s worth mentioning the black sugar is made naturally from bamboo charcoal.
A box of Wasanbon skull-shaped Japanese sugar is priced at $23 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Spoon & Tamago for its more details. Additionally, also don’t miss the skull head stainless steel ice cubes and more cool stuff by following tags.