Pokémon Center Original Koikingu Ichu Bowl I actually bought and tried an original product sold at the Pokémon Center, the Koikingu Ichu Bowl, which comes in a box of three (two red Koikings and one golden Koikingu) and costs 1,296 yen (tax included).
MonakaBowl "Koi-King Monaka Bowl" is a bowl of monaka in which Koi-King floats around inside the bowl when hot water is poured. The Koi-King is in the shape of a bowl, and the bowl is filled with freeze-dried soup stock.
The package has a calm, Japanese-inspired design. The dumplings are individually wrapped.
To eat, make a small hole in the bottom of the Koi King tsukemono, and put the soup granules inside into a bowl. I made the hole by tapping it with the tip of my chopsticks. The middle of the bowl is firm, so it is unlikely to break easily, but just to be safe, be careful not to use too much force when making a hole!
Pour 150 ml of hot water slowly (adjust the amount of hot water to your liking). Gently float the dumpling on the surface of the water. ...... Oh, it floats! It floats on the surface! So cute! The top and bottom of the bowl will not tip over, and it is very stable. Stir in the soup and it is ready to serve. Note that if you pour hot water too vigorously, the hot water may "splash "!
The texture of the soup is sticky after it has absorbed the hot water. The soup has a delicious flavor with no peculiarities that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. It also contains grilled fu.
The Pokemon Center "Koiking Monaka Bowl" looks like a good souvenir. Koi-King lovers should check it out.