Make-It-Yourself

Make-It-Yourself

  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Cake Shop Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "cake shop" (cake-ya) candy making set that allows you to build your own "Cake Candy" to suit your tastes. Make soft-serve ice cream candy, too (known as "soft cream" in Japanese)! This Cake set comes with everything you'll need. A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy Information: Egg, Milk, Soy, Squid, Wheat, Peanuts, [Ingredients] Glucose, starch, sugar, wheat flour, vegetable oil, corn syrup, dextrin, milk protein, salt, calcium carbonate, flavoring, thickener (polysaccharide thickener, sodium alginate), sodium caseinate, coloring (caramel, vegetable dye , including carotenoids, safflower yellow, gardenia), emulsifying agents, expansion agents, brightening agents, milk components, soybean
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    $4.00
  • Slime Experiment Jelly
    Create your very own slime experiment jelly with this amazing DIY kit from Meigum. Just add water to the powder mix to create delicious and sticky jelly. You can also mix with other powders to create new colors. A fun snack item from Japan!
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    $1.80
  • Gudetama Pudding Set of 2
    This is a wacky DIY candy set that lets you create a pudding that looks like Gudetama, the lazy egg character from Sanrio. You will need one mug cup, 2 plates, a toothpick, milk, and spoon. Just follow the easy instructions written at the back of the pack to create your Gudetama pudding. Allergy information: This product contains milk and gelatin.
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    $5.00
  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Festival Food Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute Japanese festival food candy making set that allows you to build your own Japanese festival food to suit your tastes. This set comes with everything you'll need, a tray, spoon, and of course special mixing powders to create Japanese festival food snacks. With this set you can make a variety of Japanese festival food from the popular Choco Banana to Ringo Ame to even French Fries and grilled corn. A great DIY snack that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie.
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    $3.80
  • Neru Neru Nerune -- Grape Flavor
    Candy that you make yourself is somehow more fun to eat, and one popular category of Japanese snack is Neru Neru Nerune (lit. "Nerune candy that you mix and knead"), similar to the Popin' Cookin' line or Neri Ame liquid candy. This is a package that includes everything you need to make some wacky Japanese "kneading candy." To prepare, put the powder packet marked "1" into the included tray, and add one spoonful of water using the included triangle-shaped spoon. Add packet "2" and mix with the included stick, until the color changes and the candy starts to get firm. Add the decorative sparkles (packet "3") in the right side of the tray, and dip the hardening candy into the sparkles, and eat. Repeat until you've eaten it all! By Kracie, one of our favorite companies. This set of three packages is grape flavor. Allergy: Egg, Wheat [Ingredients] Sugar, flour candy, syrup, glucose, egg white powder, starch, acidulant, baking soda, polysaccharide thickener, flavoring, calcium carbonate, coloring (vegetable pigment, gardenia)
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    $1.80
  • Kracie "Nakayoshi" Neru Neru (Neru Neru Nerune)
    Candy that you make yourself is somehow more fun to eat, and one popular category of Japanese snack is Neru Neru Nerune (lit. "Nerune candy that you mix and knead"), similar to the Popin' Cookin' line or Neri Ame liquid candy. This is a package that includes everything you need to make some wacky Japanese "kneading candy." To prepare, put the powder packet marked "1" into the included tray, and add one spoonful of water using the included triangle-shaped spoon. Add packet "2" and mix with the included stick, until the color changes and the candy starts to get firm. Add the decorative sparkles (packet "3") in the right side of the tray, and dip the hardening candy into the sparkles, and eat. Repeat until you've eaten it all! By Kracie, one of our favorite companies. This package is the Muscat and strawberry flavor. Allergy information: This product contains eggs and milk.
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    $1.80
  • Meiji Sushi Gummy
    Another yummy candy dagashi that's just waiting for you to experience are these terrific sushi gummy from Meiji. Taking on a kaiten zushi (sushi served to customers are conveyor belts), this gummy is one where you make your own sushi, by combining the rice (apple flavor) with that of other fish shaped gummy (melon and strawberry) to come up with unique combinations of flavors! Whoever doesn't like eating sushi may just change their mind when they try these out! Allergy information: Gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, raffinose, starch syrup, starch, grape extract, dextrin, fermented grape skin powder, grape juice, grape juice powder, sweetener (xylitol), vitamin C, flavoring, acidulant, thickener (gum arabic), sucrose esters , coloring (gardenia), (including some of the raw soybeans) emulsifier, antioxidant (enzyme-treated rutin)
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    $1.50
  • Coris Chocolate Kinako Mochi
    Mochi is one of Japan's most popular snacks, consisting of rice that's pounded to a firm doughy texture that can be used either by itself or in combination with other ingredients for the ultimate traditional snack. This is a wonderful DIY snack by Coris that lets you enjoy delicious mochi anytime. Just add a little bit of water to the white tablet shaped candies, dip it with chocolate and kinako (roasted soybean) powder, and enjoy. Allergy Information: This product contains soybeans. [Ingredients] Starch, lactose, starch syrup, dextrin / trehalose, powder alcohol Sugar, vegetable fat and oil, cocoa powder, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier (derived from soy), flavors, sugar, (not genetically modified) soy, green tea, salt
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    $1.50
  • Coris Matcha Chocolate Kinako Mochi
    Mochi is one of Japan's most popular snacks, consisting of rice that's pounded to a firm doughy texture that can be used either by itself or in combination with other ingredients for the ultimate traditional snack. This is a wonderful DIY snack by Coris that lets you enjoy delicious mochi anytime. Just add a little bit of water to the white tablet shaped candies, dip it with chocolate and green tea + kinako (roasted soybean) powder, and enjoy. Allergy Information: This product contains soybeans. [Ingredients] Starch, lactose, starch syrup, dextrin / trehalose, powder alcohol Sugar, vegetable fat and oil, cocoa powder, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass / emulsifiers (derived from soy), flavors, sugar, (not genetically modified) soy, green tea, salt
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    $1.50
  • Kracie Neru Neru Nerune -- Ramune Flavor
    Candy that you make yourself is somehow more fun to eat, and one popular category of Japanese snack is Neru Neru Nerune (lit. "Nerune candy that you mix and knead"), similar to the Popin' Cookin' line or Neri Ame liquid candy. This is a package that includes everything you need to make some wacky Japanese "kneading candy." To prepare, put the powder packet marked "1" into the included tray, and add one spoonful of water using the included triangle-shaped spoon. Add packet "2" and mix with the included stick, until the color changes and the candy starts to get firm. Add the decorative sparkles (packet "3") in the right side of the tray, and dip the hardening candy into the sparkles, and eat. Repeat until you've eaten it all! By Kracie, one of our favorite companies. This set of three packages is ramune flavor. Allergy: Egg, Wheat [Ingredients] Sugar, flour candy, glucose, egg white powder, starch, syrup, acidulant, baking soda, polysaccharide thickener, flavoring, calcium carbonate, emulsifiers, coloring (spirulina blue, gardenia, carotenoids, fruit pigment)
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    $1.80
  • Crayon Shin-chan Butt Pudding 4
    As seen around the internet, this is the very cool, very wacky Crayon Shin-Chan Butt Pudding. Crayon Shin-chan is a story about a very "special" kindergarten boy who loves to do cosplay and chase beautiful girls, along with showing off his butt. This new pudding takes his hobbies to heart, with a special kit to make your own jiggling butt of pudding. A great DIY snack for fans of this legendary comic, or those who like weird and wacky snacks from Japan. Allergy information: This product contains gelatin and milk. [Ingredients] [Original pudding] Sugar, gelatin, agar processed products, glucose, salt yeast extract, rapeseed oil, gelling agent (polysaccharide thickener), fragrance, sweetener (stevia, acesulfame K sucralose), coloring (gardenia, carotenoids), milk [Source of strawberry milk] Sugar, non-dairy creamer, rapeseed oil, salt, modified starch, flavoring, acidulant, baking soda, sweetener (stevia, acesulfame K, aspartame L- phenylalanine compound), fine silicon dioxide, Monascus dye, milk components (some of the raw materials including)
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    $3.50
  • Coris Mystery Neri Ame
    Dagashi are typical Japanese sweets found in a candy store or supermarket loved by all kids. Some dagashi are simple chocolate pieces while others contain toys. And other's are a fun activity that allow you to make your own treats. This Neri Ame (also written neriame or mizuame), a unique version that you have to kneed in order to create a fluffy-like texture before you consume. This is a Mystery Neri Ame from snack maker Coris, which lets you mix 3 different flavors of Neri Ame and guess what mix tastes like. Comes with tray and spoon for mixing. Another fun snack from Japan! Allergy Information: This product contains soybeans. [Ingredients] Syrup, reduced starch syrup, sorbitol, acidulant, thickener (pullulan), coloring (anthocyanin, gardenia, carotenoids), Flavoring
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    $0.80
  • Moko Moko Mokolet Wow Japanese Style
    For fans of the Moko Moko Toilet Candies, we have a new version of the wacky toilet candy and toy set. This is the new Japanese Style Toilet Candy that's as fun to play with as the other toilet candies. First you assemble the toilet (using the easy to follow instructions printed on the box) then add the powder inside the tank and add water. Wait for the bubbles to come out of the toilet then use a straw to drink the bubbles. After using it, you can clean the toilet and use it with your anime action figures to build toilet-themed dioramas, if you're into that.
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    $3.50
  • Gaburichu de Tsukurou -- Animal
    Enjoy a fun DIY snack by meigum that creates tiny animal friends that are deliciously cute. Making them is very easy, just take one of the 4 colored chewing candy and use the molding trays to make shapes and assemble your animal treat. You can also mix colors to create a new one. A great candy treat that's also fun to make!
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    $2.50
  • Moko Moko Toilet Candy 4
    Your friends will be shocked to see you eating candy from a toilet! To use, first assemble the toilet, like a mini figure. Next, add the special flavor powder to the back water tank of the toilet, then cover and lightly shake. Add water to the tank and wait for the toilet to foam over with flavor. Drink the delicious concoction with the included straw. Comes in cider, melon soda and strawberry flavor. Can be used for decoration after use, or eat other bizarre snacks like Kracie Neru Neru Nerune out of the toilet package. Another wacky item from Japan! Note: The toilet is scaled so that you can use it with anime figures you own, to build toilet-themed dioramas, if you're into that. Allergy information: This product contains traces of egg and milk.
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    $3.50
  • Happy Kitchen Doughnuts
    Here's a cool and super simple Doughnut cooking set, perfect to make cute afternoon sweets easily. Coming with all the ingredients you need, just mix water or milk to the provided base and use the included mold tray to shape perfect small sized doughnuts. In this set you'll find custard and chocolate doughnut base; vanilla, strawberry and chocolate cream, topping and a cooking tray. You can make yourself a plateful of delicious-to-eat doughnuts that are tiny yet perfectly glazed and ready to eat. A great new idea from Kracie, the creators of the Popin' Cookin' sushi candy line. To prepare, get one copy of water ready. Cut the tray as seen in the green picture (click images above), so you have three sections, the main tray, the small measuring cup and the doughnut molds. Step 1: Mix the custard by filling the small plastic cup up to the internal line 4 times and mixing it with the custard mix (the packet with light brown text). When it becomes like cookie dough, cut it into four equal sections. Step 2: Prepare the cocoa dough in the same way, combining the cocoa powder (dark brown text) with four small plastic cups of water. Separate into four equal sections. Step 3: Push one ball of doughnut material into one of the doughnut molds (your choice). Mix custard and cocoa colors for different effects. Step 5: Make the strawberry sauce. Add one plastic cup of water with the strawberry powder (pink text). Step 6: Make the "chocolate pen." Mix chocolate sauce powder (dark text) with one plastic cupful of water and put it in the included bag. Cut a hole for the chocolate to flow out from and decorate your doughnuts. Then eat! By Kracie. Allergy: Milk, Egg, Soy, Wheat, Gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, glucose, vegetable oils and fats, starch, dextrin, crunch, cocoa powder, corn syrup, milk protein, lactose, starch processing, coloring (caramel, vegetable dyes, gardenia, flavonoids, carotenoids), calcium carbonate, flavoring, sodium caseinate , wheat, soybeans, emulsifier, acidulant, polysaccharide thickener, brightening agent,
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    $4.00
  • Neri Ame - Traditional Liquid Candy w/ Chopsticks (Mizu Ame) Set of 10
    Dagashi are typical Japanese sweets found in a candy store or supermarket loved by all kids. Some dagashi are simple chocolate pieces while others contain toys. And other's are a fun activity that allow you to make your own treats. This Neri Ame (also written neriame or mizuame), a unique version that you have to kneed in order to create a fluffy-like texture before you consume. It's a favorite of Tsumugi Kotobuki from K-On! too -- she is fascinated by it in one episode. To use, simply use pour the syrup on to the chopsticks and kneed them to increase the texture, and then eat! Picture instructions are located on the back of the wrapper. A sweet sugary treat that's fun way to satisfy your sweet tooth! This purchase is set of 10 individual Neri Ame liquid candy + chopstick sets. Allergy information: Apple, gelatin [Ingredients] Syrup, sugar, vegetable oil, gelatin, concentrated apple juice (Granny Smith 56%, Wang Lin 44%), apple jam, acidulant, emulsifier, flavoring, safflower yellow pigment, gardenia blue coloring
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    $6.50
  • Meiji Odangoya-san
    Dango are popular edible treats in Japan that are made of rice, smothered in a sweet sauce and skewered on a stick. This is a wonderful make-it-yourself by Meiji that lets you enjoy the fine art of making Dango at home, using nothing but water and the Dango making set. You can create 5 different types of Dango with this set. Have fun creating your own snacks! Note: Dango can be sticky so please bite in small pieces and chew thoroughly before swallowing. Allergy Information: This product contains milk and soybeans. [Ingredients] Sugar, dried bean jam (red bean), starch, lactose, rice flour, vegetable oil, syrup, non-dairy creamer, processing starch, sorbitol, ph adjusting agent, gelling agent (alginic acid), phosphoric acid Ca, flavoring, coloring (beet red, gardenia), casein Na, sweetener (acesulfame K, Sururarosu) acidulant, emulsifiers (including soy)
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    $3.50
  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Sushi Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "sushi shop" (osushi-ya) candy making set that allows you to build your own "Sushi Candy" to suit your tastes. This sushi set comes with everything you'll need, a tray, spoons, rollers (to make your nori or "seaweed"), and of course special mixing powders to create rice, seaweed wrapping, ikura (fish eggs), maguro (tuna) and tamago (egg) sushi. With this set you can make a variety of sushi types from your typical nigiri zushi (sashimi resting on rice), gunkan zushi (gunship shaped) and even chirashi Zushi A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy information: Milk, squid, gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, glucose, vegetable oils and fats, starch, corn syrup, reduced starch syrup, milk protein, gelatin, dextrin, egg white powder, modified starch, flavoring, gelling agent (alginate sodium), calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, acidulant, baking soda, coloring (vegetable dyes, gardenia, squid ink dye, red yeast, Benikihana-Spirulina blue), sodium caseinate, emulsifiers, thickening polysaccharides, sodium pyrophosphate, glycerin, brightening agent, soybean
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    $3.80
  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Bento Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "Bento candy making set that allows you to build your own "Bento" to suit your tastes. Make soft candy for lunch. This Bento set comes with everything you'll need. A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy Information: Egg, Milk, Soy, Squid, Wheat, Peanuts, [Ingredients] Sugar, glucose, starch, vegetable oil, corn syrup, lactose, dextrin, fermented milk, milk protein, egg white powder, processed starch, acidulant, calcium carbonate, flavoring, gelling agent (sodium alginate), coloring (squid ink dye , vegetable dyes, gardenia, spirulina blue, caramel, carotenoids, safflower yellow), calcium sulfate, sodium caseinate, sodium bicarbonate, sodium pyrophosphate, polysaccharide thickener, brightening agent, soybean
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    $4.00
  • Kracie Parfait Parfait Neru Neru
    Candy that you make yourself is somehow more fun to eat, and one popular category of Japanese snack is Neru Neru Nerune (lit. "Nerune candy that you mix and knead"), similar to the Popin' Cookin' line or Neri Ame liquid candy. This is a package that includes everything you need to make some wacky Parfait. You only need some water and the Neru Neru set to make the Parfait. To prepare, just follow the simple instructions on the back or watch the video. By Kracie, one of our favorite companies.
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    $2.00
  • Kracie Colorful Ramune Land
    Enjoy a fun DIY snack activity that creates colorful animal snacks that are delicious and cute. This set is from Kracie, maker of the Popin' Cookin' series. Instructions: 1. First put 1 cup of water using the cup included in the set, into each powder bag. 2. Mix the contents of the powder bags until solid then put into the mixing tray and mix with other colors.3. Put the solid mix into the animal shapers and compress.4. Push the bottom of the animal shapers to remove the candy.You'll be rewarded with fun animal shaped snacks. Yum! This is the ramune flavor.
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    $2.80
  • Nyoki Nyoki Kororon Set of 2
    The wizards at Kracie have come up with another magical treat set that let's you make your own Japanese treats at home. This pack features a candy making set that lets you create your very own pill shaped candies in different flavors. Comes with easy to follow instructions at the back of the packaging. Comes in 2 varieties: soda and grape. This purchase is for a set 2 Nyoki Nyoki Kororon DIY pack. Allergy information: This product contains milk and soy.
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    $3.50