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Konapun #15 - Bento Lunch (inedible toy) 不可吃

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Published on Jul 7, 2010

Brand: BANDAI
(1) For ages 8 and up. (Made in 2008)▲It was discontinued.
(2) Konapun creations rot soon. You can't keep it. The directions say "throw it away after playing with it." You can see how it looks after it rots.
http://youtu.be/U_ct0qevdZs
(3) It does not cook with actual heat. It does not actually make a sizzle sound. I added the sizzling noise.
(4) It does not smell like the actual food.
(5) I bought it at an auction. (Note: Konapun powder has expiry date. Expired powder might not work well.)
(6) The point of Konapun is just for fun. Kids can experience creativity and can practice following directions.
(7) 1:22 The pink stuff is supposed to be ham.
(8) Bento means Japanese lunch box.
(9) Tiny tomatoes came with the set. (They're not Re-Ment.)

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