Ah, Valentine's Day. A day for cards, romantic getaways and chocolate truffles molded to the shape of your face.

That's if you visit FabCafe, a restaurant in the Shibuya area of Tokyo, Japan, which is holding an event that allows women to scan their faces to make a silicon mold that's then used to make the truffle.

The resulting chocolate face is, to say the least, a bit frightening. Why does the chocolate look like it's screaming? We'll stick to our Whitman's Sampler, thanks very much.

The event, which costs $68 (¥6,000) to complete, is unfortunately for ladies only because women traditionally give chocolate rather than receive on Valentine's Day in Japan. Not to worry, fellas -- you'll have your chance to make chocolate heads in March on White Day, when men traditionally give chocolate.

Take a look at the creepy chocolate truffle heads below:

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