Konapun is an inedible toy for ages 8 and up. You can't keep Konapun creations. The directions say, throw it away after playing with it. You can see how it looks after it rots.
It doesn't cook with actual heat. It doesn't smell like the actual food. Konapun was discontinued. I bought it at an auction. (Note: Konapun powder has expiry date. Expired powder might not work well.) The point of Konapun is just for fun. Kids can experience creativity and can practice following directions.
I showed you mainly the 2nd Konapun series that were on the market in 2006. (The 1st Konapun series were on the market in 1983.)
Konapun #1 - Curry and Rice
Konapun #2 - Doughnuts
Konapun #3 - Spaghetti
Konapun #4 - Hamburger, french fries
Konapun #5 - creme caramel
Konapun #6 - omelet, hamburg steak etc.
Konapun #7 - shortcake, tartlets etc.
Konapun #8 - Pizza, chicken nuggets
Konapun #9 - crepes
Konapun #10 - sorbet
Konapun #11 - Taiyaki, okonomiyaki, takoyaki
Konapun #12 - soft ice cream
Konapun #13 - sushi
Konapun #14 - cookies
Konapun #15 - bento (boxed lunch)
Konapun #16 - deep fried food
Konapun #17 - Ramen (Made in 1983)
Konapun #18 - birthday cake, strawberry jelly
Konapun #19 - yakisoba, curry udon
Konapun #20 - Rilakkuma hotcake wagon
Konapun #21 - Rilakkuma hotcake wagon
Konapun with sound effects