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Kinoko No Yama Cookies - Creamy Pumpkin
Choco Ball - Cream Soda Ramune
Fanta - Ripe Mango
Pocky - Sweet Pumpkin (Kumamon)
Happy Kitchen Mini Mixed Pizza Kit
Otanoshimi NeruNeru Candy Kit - Strawberry
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Around Halloween, Glico always releases themed packaging on their famous Pocky products. This one adorns the cute 'Kumamon' who hails from the Kumamoto prefecture. Delicious sweet pumpkin orange-colored chocolate surrounds a classic Pocky stick! This pack allows you to make a paper finger puppet too.
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Quite a unique hard candy with such a traditional Japanese flavor! These start off salty and sour with a true plum flavor. The next stage is pure sweetness perhaps reminding you of a lovely dessert. The finale is a chewy salty and sweet plum center. This candy has it all. No wonder it has become a mainstay in Japan's confectionery market. Delicious!
Create 2 delicious mini waffles from scratch and then decorate them with the yummy fruit toppings you also make. Such a fun and tasty kit from the Popin' Cookin' series. All you need is water as this kit contains all the powders, trays, and molds necessary to make gummy blueberries, strawberry sauce, and sweet whip cream.
Don't worry...no conger eels were harmed in making these delicious gummy candies. These limited edition eel shaped gummies are sour on the surface and they have a gumdrop type texture. Each candy contains two flavors: grapefruit & orange and grape & peach. Very addictive as they have accurate flavors. Resealable pouch so you can ensure freshness.
Sweet cola candy pellets along with fizzy ramune white soda pellets too making it a yummy mix. They are all packaged in a handy plastic bottle with a pop-off lid. This design mimics the classic Ramune Soda bottle that is such an icon here in Japan.
These Cheetos cannot get any simpler. The Japanese love subtle flavoring in their snacks and the lightly salted taste brings out more of the corn flavor. Limited edition with a cool and rare Japanese katakana font design. Count on Frito Lay Japan for new and unique products every few months.
A must for every "bentoist". All Japanese lunch boxes contain some sort of sauce holder as they are needed for certain foods. Fills up with one squeeze. Nice re-useable bento item. Colors can vary due to production runs.
A Japanese classic snack that all kids (and adults) love! Always the most flavorful chocolate from Meiji. The handy plastic pack keeps the chocolate cylindrical pellets nice and fresh and easy to dispense.
These white candy spheres are even dotted with fruity colors. Can you taste the orange, mango, peach, or green apple? An original, new type of candy that soothes your throat and livens your mouth. Hard on the outside with tasty chewable centers.
Hokkaido is the most northern island in Japan (where napaJapan is located) and the dairy here is nationally famous for its creaminess and rich flavor. These soft ice cream caramels capture that taste. Regional release so hard to find even in Japan.
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