Gadget watch: Noodle waterslide

Once again, Japan proves that it's OK to play with your food. A noodle waterslide provides hours of fun for the whole family.

Noodles are serious business in Japan, but that doesn't mean that the whole family can't enjoy Bandai's new somen-making toy that is basically a waterslide for "nagashi somen," thin somen noodles that are served in a stream of water. The noodles come out of a little house at the top of the slide and end up in a strainer at the bottom.

Bandai Noodle Slide
Bandai Noodle Slide Bandai

Electronic gadgets may be high-tech, but kitchen gadgets make things delicious.

Bandai Press Release
Via TokyoMango

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