...and then they MELT INTO THE BREAD JUST LIKE A SLICE OF CHEESE.
Saito told BuzzFeed that they taste like normal chocolate. When you heat them up, though, they have a really strong chocolate smell. Unfortunately, they're currently sold out, but 60-slice bags were being sold online for ¥3,240 (around $25).
And look at all the cool stuff you can do with them!
You can put them in crepes.
Cut them up and wrap them around stuff.
Put them on pancakes!
Or just, you know, melt them into bread over and over again forever.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.