Those closest to me know that I love fake food. I seriously do. There's something very fun about having a ton of fake food around. You can pretend to have a grand dinner, you can play pranks on people, and you can generally do a lot of make-believe play with fake/faux foods. There's a pretty good community of people on Etsy selling fake foods that look very close to their real counterparts, but the place I now want to visit the most is this fake food factory in Japan. They make all those odd plastic food displays in front of restaurants you see when you walk through a Koreatown or a Little Tokyo. It's so, so weird and so, so cool.