Kokeshi are wooden lacquered Japanese dolls painted in colorful kimonos. The kimonos range from bright and vibrant to earth-toned and natural looking. Why not use this idea for Easter? To make kokeshi Easter eggs you’ll need 2 tbsp loose pu-erh tea, 4 cups of water, 8 eggs, a medium pot for boiling eggs, a slotted spoon, a tea towel, an edible food color marker, 1 tbsp corn syrup, plus extra for gluing on hair, eyes, and flower sprinkles, matcha green tea powder, paprika powder, and mustard powder, black decorating sugar, a small bowl or teacup, 16 black sesame seeds, 1 tbsp of dark or semi-sweet chocolate chips and toothpicks. Read how to make these eggs here.