Coffee Gold in Japan

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An employee of Tsukioka Co. Ltd poses with a cup of coffee which contains floating gold characters
An employee of Tsukioka Co. Ltd poses with a cup of coffee which contains floating gold characters (© REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN))

As part of the 20th Interphex Japan, Asia’s largest pharmaceutical industry exhibition, in Tokyo June 20, 2007, a staff poses with a cup of coffee which contains floating gold characters – in Kanji, which simply means “longevity”. According to the company, the edible pure gold helps to refresh human body.

(Via News on Japan)

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