The Meiji "Let's make! Mushroom mountain" that was sold on the same shelf as the "Handmade Apollo" that I introduced the other day. The price is 248 yen (tax included).
This is a kit that allows you to make various forms of "Kinoko no Yama" by hand. You can make an original pile of mushrooms just by pouring chocolate into a special mold. If anything, I'm a bamboo shoot writer, but I tried it because it looks interesting.
What you need to prepare is hot water (about 50 degrees Celsius) for warming the chocolate pen and a container for hot water. All the tools (3 types of chocolate, mold, crackers) for making a pile of mushrooms are included in the set. Even if you read how to make it, the flow seems to be almost the same as the previous Apollo.
First, warm the chocolate pen with hot water and melt it. Let's pour it into the mold freely when it becomes soft. If you add too much, the chocolate will overflow when you insert the cracker, so be careful.
Shake the mold and check if the chocolate is in the back. After this, straighten the cracker ... but the chocolate is still soft, so the cracker collapses ! If you want to put it straight, it may be better to wait until the chocolate hardens a little.
All you have to do is put it in the refrigerator and wait for 30 minutes or more. This completes the original Kinoko no Yama.
There are various designs that can be made, from general ones to unique ones such as "Takenoko no Sato-style Kinoko no Yama" and "Shiitake-style Kinoko no Yama". Let's enjoy decorating as you like.
"Let's make! Kinoko no yama" where you can make an original Kinoko no yama just by warming it, pouring it and hardening it. If you crush the crackers and add them to the "bamboo shoot" mold, you can make the original "Takenoko no Sato" ...? I'll keep it a secret.