December 28, 2010

edible iPhone cookies take off with Twitter

edible-iphone-2.jpeg The Asahi Shimbun reports about how a cafe in Tokushima prefecture became famous across Japan after Twitter users discovered its iPhone cookies: [via Japan Probe]

quotemarksright.jpgKudo said the idea for the biscuits came from one of her customers, who asked her to make a look-a-like of the iPod touch media player for her husbandís birthday gift in October 2008.

Kudo mistook the gadget for the very similar iPhone, which had just appeared on the market, but the customer was delighted by the end product.

News of Kudoís creation did not spread widely until a message on the Internet micro-blogging site Twitter in January by the well-known economic critic Kazuyo Katsuma.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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