A Surprise found in the Food

This kind of surprise is always welcome

Hiroshi Fukami
Hiroshi Fukami

Writer / Editor

He works as a freelance writer and editor. His diverse body of work is covered in From the Cradle to the Grave (Yurikago kara Hakaba Made). He enjoys watching J League soccer, baseball, mixed martial arts, and professional wrestling. He also enjoys video games, especially first person shooters, open-world role playing games, and fighting games. His current favorite is Ingress.

Insects in instant noodles, teeth in McDonald’s french fries, vinyl pieces in chicken nuggets… recently, food contamination  has become a social issue in Japan.


But how about this substance found in the dried scalp this twitter user found?


“I was eating scalp mantle for my snack, and I bit something round and white. I thought,  “it’s contaminated!”, but it seems like a pearl.  Thanks a lot. ”


Wow, it’s a pearl. It might not be good for an accessory, but it sure did surprise and make a smile on the face.



Translated by Elena


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