If you ever sit down to dinner with artist Seiji Kawasaki, you’re going to want to be careful. His food definitely looks delicious, but taking a bite is a whole different story. That’s because Kawasaki’s food isn’t actually food at all, but instead extremely lifelike wood carvings that could trick even the most discerning eye. In other words, if you’re ever at dinner with him, you’re going to want to make sure he takes the first bite. Originally from Japan, the sculptor meticulously whittles tiny pieces of wood to create realistic foods that are virtually impossible to tell apart from the real thing. From chocolate bars to toast to anchovies, it seems like there’s nothing that this guy can’t carve. His work creates an amazing little experience for the viewer: Never before have you ever wanted to eat a block of wood so badly. Check out Kawasaki’s wooden comestibles below.