More of a micro-scope, this tiny Hubble Space Telescope can be found inside a plastic capsule nestled inside a chocolate egg. If you're familiar with Kinder eggs, it's very much like that, only more Japanese (Furuta is the company). Here's what they say about the tiny HST model: "One brand new Furuta Choco Egg Series Astronaut Vol. 1 No. S Hubble space telescope - this is the rare secret item for this series. This miniature model is fully painted with excellent details. Please note that this miniature plastic model requires some simple assembly and it contains small parts which are not suitable for small children (choking hazard!). Also, this item will be shipped with its original capsule in unassembled condition with its corresponding instruction sheet. Outer box and chocolate will not be included."
Honestly, without the chocolate, I might have to think twice about getting even a full-sized, functional HST.