The Reeb graph of a smooth function is a graph being a natural quotient space of the manifold of the domain and the space of all connected components of preimages. Such a combinatorial and topological object roughly and compactly represents the manifold. Since the proposal by Sharko in 2006, reconstructing nice smooth functions and the manifolds from finite graphs in such a way that the Reeb graphs are the graphs has been important. The author has launched new studies on this, discussing construction of real algebraic functions. We concentrate on Reeb graphs we cannot realize as (natural) planar graphs here. Previously the graphs were planar and embedded in the plane naturally.