Konapun Part 2


So I’m still quite taken with konapun.

I found a site that lists prices so that a person can get an idea of how much konapun they can afford ^^

For instance this cooking set is 5,250 yen. That may seem expensive, but you are getting an entire kitchen and four meals. So that is pretty cool.

Konapun kitchen set

It also has some step by step images of making some of the different dishes.

If images just aren’t enough and you need some konapun with action, here is a video that goes right from opening the package to making the item all the way to the end.

Here is a longer video of a gal and her two male cohorts staying up late to get their konapun on:

I can’t understand everything – ok, most of what they are saying, so I hope it is ok!

Anyway, I hope that helps you get a bit of the konapun hit you might be needing. Once I am in Japan I will keep my eyes open for where the kits are sold and report back.

5 Responses to “Konapun Part 2”

  1. denden  on February 10th, 2011

    The first video of the ice cream isn’t konapun. I think that’s actually one of the edible kits.

  2. Sasksak  on February 11th, 2011

    oops! Thanks for letting me know denden! However, I do not know about these edible kits. Are they konapun or a different thing? I’d be even more interested in something i could even eat!

  3. Akane1313  on March 25th, 2011

    The edible ones are Kracie Popin’ Cookin’. Definitely don’t eat konapun. >.< Also, I heard that most of the kracie stuff doesn't taste all that good. Except for the ramen one. That one got some good reactions (this is just stuff I've heard).

  4. Sasksak  on April 1st, 2011

    Thank you Akane1313. I had just discovered Popin’ Cookin’ when you left your comment! Thank you for letting me know about products I didn’t know about yet! It is always exciting to find new things.

  5. cleia123  on June 30th, 2013

    I would like to know places you can buy konapon for less because that would be nice

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