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Happy Kitchen Decoration Cake DIY Kit
Camu Camu Ume (Japanese Plum) Soft Candy
Popin' Cookin' Oekaki ANIMAL Candy Land Kit
Meiji Soft Gummy Candy - Anjou Pear
Pretz - Nuts & Sugar
Tirol Chocolate - Country Ma'am Cookies - 4 pcs
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Juicy Anjou pear flavored gummy candies don't come around often so be sure to snap your supply up quickly before they are gone. They are made by one of the best candy makers in the country: Meiji! These are even shaped like tiny pears too and have a wonderful soft texture. Contains 2600 mg of Collagen which has been proven beneficial for your skin.
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The strongest eye drops available in Japan. Extra cooling power to relieve tired eyes or help clear up red eyes!
Taste Hokkaido in the most unusual way! Combining famous Yubari melon with caramel to create curiousity for any candy lover. These caramels are very tasty and sweet! Cantaloupe taste. Give it a try or give it as a fun gift.
Mix, roll, twist, bake, fill, and eat! A fun 5 step kit from Kracie that creates chocolate cream filled pastries. There is both strawberry and plain dough wraps included in this kit. Requires 40 seconds of cooking in a 500 watt microwave oven. Includes mixing tray, tools and ingredient packets that allow you to make these tasty treats!
Sweet creamy chestnut flavored chocolate is stuffed into the classic Toppo crispy cookie outer shell. A wonderful French dessert turned into a convenient cookie stick. More substantial than Pocky and no chocolate on your hands either! 2 packs of heavy sticks within the box.
A very traditional candy best known for its dissolving, edible potato starch paper wrapper. These chewy jellies have a slight citrus flavor and are sweetened perfectly just like the Kyushu bontan fruit. There are 14 delicious pieces per pack.
Freshness date is end of November 2014. Mitarashi Dango is a traditional Japanese dessert flavor which is sticky rice (mochi) skewers covered with sweet soy sauce glaze. The chewy mochi centers are surrounded by chocolate of the same flavor. Every child In Japan knows Kyoro-Chan who is the cute bird character found on every box, always dressed up to suit the flavor.
Mintia is one of the most famous mints in Japan. They are available in so many fresh flavors and have very accurate tastes. 50 mini tablets in this convenient plastic case that can easily slip into any pocket or purse. This is a golden apple flavor that will liven any mouth.
Yogurt Scotch Chelsea is a combination of regular butterscotch and yogurt. Sweet but has a tart and somewhat sour aftertaste. Made with fresh yogurt, these smooth and creamy candies last a long time while giving you full flavor satisfaction! J-san recommended product.
Delicious and hearty energy bars that contain 400 Calories and an ample amount of Protein. 5 Flavors in all. These bars also appear in the popular video game: Metal Gear Solid (They restore Snake's stamina when eaten.) Foil wrapped within the box and always very fresh!
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