Celebrate Valentines Day the Japanese way: with chocolates shaped like kabuto-mushi beetles! Dating an entomologist? Trying to introduce a little entomophagy into your relationship? Namco's Namja Land in Ikebukuro has your back. 4,500 yen for a set of four: one Hercules beetle, one stag beetle, one male rhinocerous beetle, and one female rhinocerous beetle. For the truly dedicated, there's a beetle-shaped cake (only available on Christmas and Valentines Day) too.
Wash 'em down with some chocolate-dipped fruit shaped like fat 'n juicy beetle larvae! Komatsuya, the candy company who makes these, says they've sold 47,475 of the suckers to date. They're 220 yen a pop. Komatsuya has a whole selection of other chocolate grubs here.