Takara Tomy Arts - Egg pudding maker - make pudding without removing the shell

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release an interesting pudding maker called Mawashite Mawashite Marugoto Purin (meaning "Rotate Rotate Whole Pudding" in Japanese) on September 25. With it, you can make an egg turn into pudding inside without cracking the egg shell.

Simply set a whole egg in the machine and move the lever back and forth for 2 minutes to churn the egg. After that, leave the egg covered by a cling film in boiled water for 30 minutes, and voila! You can crack the shell and enjoy with some caramel sauce on top.


 

 

Watch how the pudding maker works through the video below (with music by team eggs in the background):


 

 

  • Size: 130x100x150mm
  • Weight: 214g
  • Price: 2,592 yen



[More]
Toys
Food
Takara Tomy Arts

Source: 

Related Articles

Yoriko Takahashi - May 12, 2014

Here is the thumb-shaped stylus for those who have a short thumb!

Well, probably you are thinking who wants to buy Thanko's Thumb-shaped Stylus. If you can pocket your pride, it could be a very useful tool for you.

During commuting in a madly crowded train here in Japan, you want to kill your time playing with your smartphone. You can only use one hand because the other hand is holding onto a strap, and then this issue will happen:

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release a Natto mixing machine Rosanjin Natto Bachi on February 6.

Natto - fermented soy beans - is a favorite among Japanese. We usually eat it with rice for breakfast. It's smelly and slimy so most likely people will want to avoid eating it if they have never tried to before. However, if you are adventurous and get hooked on its mysterious flavor and texture, Natto will be irresistible for you.

Takara Tomy is going to release a lie detecter toy - "Kokoro Scanner" - to indicate the level of your physiological disturbance in different colors. It will be available for 2,500 yen on October 30.

When a person gets nervous, the flow of his blood becomes faster.  Kokoro Scanner utilizes the phenomenon and detects if you are lying or not, as shown by the color of the light.

Green - You are relaxed and not lying.

Takara Tomy introduced their new entertainment robot series OMNIBOT, and they are going to release the first 2 robots - Hello!MiP and Hello!Zoomer - on June 21.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Transformers film series, Takara Tomy is going to release fully posable Transformers Movie Advanced Series figures on May 17.

[RELATED]
Transformers at AkihabaraNews

You can have your own Kaiten-zushi (Rotating sushi/Sushi train) going at home!

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release the full set of Kaiten-zushi party called Cho Nigi-nigi Ouchi de Kaiten-zushi for ¥6,825 on March 20.

It comes with a mini boat that pulls a maximum of 4 plates, train tracks, plates, dollies for plates, rice paddle, fish shaped tray, and tool to make Nigiri-sushi and Roll-sushi.

Takara Tomy's new entertainment robot "Robi jr." will debut at Japan Robot Week 2014 that will take place from October 15th through October 17th.

Takara Tomy already announced the release of Robi jr. from their entertainment robot Omnibot series, and it is scheduled to be out on December 11th.

BIG-ASS GALLERY #3 - 2014 Tokyo International Toy Show

That's Right, Yet Another (another) Big-Ass Gallery of Really Great Photos. Of Toys 

Yudetamagokko, a fun cooking tool to make Doraemon-shaped hard boiled egg, is going to be released on January 30.

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release a beer server called Premium Beer Server Gokurei (gokurei means "super cold") on May 22.

That crazy Video Head Guy, seen in cinemas across Japan, will be sold as a hardcore figure doll!

If you have been to a movie cinema in Japan in the past several years, after the previews, before the movie starts, perhaps you have seen a pantomiming guy with a video camera head - the bad guy who is secretly taking a video of the movie in the movie theater!

I personally feel spooky every time I see his dancing in the theater. Am I the only person who feels that way?

Pages