Have you heard about the upcoming fun DIY candy that will be delivered in your July box?! Even though Japan is known for its eccentric and unique flavors of snacks, this is surely a first even by Japanese standards! Because of its uniqueness, these fun Moko Moko Mokolet Toilet DIY Candy have gone viral on YouTube recently. Have you watched any of the numerous DIY videos on these sweets?
These mini sized toilets come in couple of different colors and each part has to be assembled (toilet bowl, toilet seat, the tank, tank lid etc). Also in the package are 3 different flavors – so you can enjoy these sweets 3 times! In addition to the different parts and different flavored sweets, there are stickers you can use to customize your mini-toilet. From different facial parts to cultural-centric stickers, you can truly create your one-of-a-kind toilet. Once you mix the flavored powder with few drops of water inside the toilet and stir with the little straw, a luscious colored foam slowly forms nearly spilling out of the toilet. As shown on the package, after finishing the snacks you can use the toilet as a mini-planter, toothpick stand and probably even a little case to hold pins and paperclips.
What do you think about these Moko Moko Mokolet Toilet DIY Candy? Which flavor will you try first? What culture-related stickers did you get? What do you plan to do with your mini-toilet once you finish with your sweets?
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