Candy sushi kit


19 Responses to “Candy sushi kit”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful! Domo, Mark-san.

  2. TimmoWarner says:

    That’s it! I’m ordering a couple of these.

  3. blueelm says:

    Hahaha! That’s so cute. Your daughter is adorable too!

  4. mellowknees says:

    This is pretty awesome!

    I am, however, wondering how one popes while cooking…is that explained in the instructions? :P

  5. sam1148 says:

    Looks pretty cool. Does it come with English instructions?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Woo, I just made this a couple weekends ago. It was fun. I just used the video and the drawings on the package for instructions.

    You can get them on ebay.

  7. Gilbert Wham says:

    Kind of reminds me of the candy kits Boomzilla buys in Gibson’s Idoru.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Looks cool, but what the heck is in that stuff? I followed the link, and there are instructions, but I don’t see anything that lists the ingredients. I don’t expect that its “healthy” which is fine, but would like to know what chemicals its made from before buying it. Any idea how to find out?

  9. Anonymous says:

    this is delightful I sent it to my brother in the hopes he buys a set for my God Daughter and Nephew but somewhat selfishly I want to thank you for this amazing song :)

    let’s all keep praying for the good people of Japan….

  10. Anonymous says:

    i’m thinking grated coconut to do the rice, careful about the texture of the fillings, actually saw some english licorices that sushi made me think of.

  11. Anonymous says:

    @Anon I guess xalcium lactate + alginate for the salmon roe, and agar as hardening agent for the egg/tuna thingy. And sugar + colorings + flavourings, of course. Dunno about the rice stuff.

  12. kentkb says:

    Hey! my “Wonderful! Domo, Mark-san.” I came out as someone named “Anon”.

    Jeez, why doesn’t my very smart computer take better care of me, and sign me in to the things I forget to sign into?

    I can not get over how great the ” fish eggs ” look!
    How did they Taste?

  13. scifijazznik says:

    My girlfriend turned me on to the weirdly wonderful and fascinating world of konapun a while back.

    As a model maker, I love the process and think it’s hilarious how all the kitchen supplies are miniaturized. But it’s a bit of a waste because you can’t eat it and it doesn’t keep. So I guess it’s a sort of consumerist Zen practice?

    But this seems to have solved the edibility problem. Definitely going to pick some up.

  14. WMC says:

    How dies it taste? What’s the texture like?

  15. WMC says:

    Grar – ‘does’, even.

  16. Anonymous says:

    I just went and bought one of each of their food kits. This looks like happy mutant fodder!

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