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Last year or so has seen an increase in mask design, including biodegradable face masks that disappear to the ground. These new ones, brought to you by an experimental lab in Japan, will disappear into your mouth.

New bun from the oven isMask Pan” (Bread Mask), is advertised as the first face mask in the world you can eat. This is because the front of this supposed protective gear is a real melon pan (melon bread) roll that promises a sweet snack and scent when you feel witty.

For the context melon bread does not contain fruit. It is believed is named after the melon-like layer of cross-sugar at the top of the bun.

Goku by Kimochi Labo together with the melon bread chain Melon de Melon in Tokyo, create high-quality bread-based masks. And don’t worry, they’re not breathable – although choking on sweets may sound like a relatively good way to go – edible facial coatings are described as “3D” because of their hollow center.

It also shows that Mask Pan is not just a semi-finished product. According to the experimental laboratory, the garment passed product performance tests at the Unitika Garmentec Research Institute, which specializes in mask evaluation. It was found that the bread mask worked in the same way, if not better than commercially available facial coatings during the “splash prevention visualization test” due to the “high density fibers” of these carbohydrates.

¥ 1,800 ($ 16) for five packs, the Mask Pan is at a premium price compared to a standard disposable mask. Another note is that it expires quickly, but your snack tendencies will thank you for this.


Picture through Labo


Picture through Labo


Picture through Labo


Picture through Labo

Picture through Labo


Picture through Labo

[via SoraNews24, images via The Labo]

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