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Happy Kitchen Mini Hamburger Shop Kit
Pocky - Rich Cocoa Chocolate
Gumi Tsureta Fishing Candy Kit - Grape
LOOK Chocolate - Sweet Chestnut & Mont Blanc
Ritz Bits Sandwiches - Milk Tea
Morinaga BAKE - Creamy Cheese
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A very traditional Japanese dessert filling of double chestnut. Half of the pieces contain a chestnut (kuri) dessert mousse called Mont Blanc. The other half contain a sweet chestnut puree filling. Delicious Fujiya milk chocolate surrounds the tasty fillings. They are as fantastic as they LOOK!
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The perfect gum to break through any undesired taste in your mouth and freshen your breath. It may wake you up too! Well-known outside of Japan as it is one of the most powerful mint tasting gums on the world market. This gum is in stick form, individually wrapped.
Back fresh again for another year! This flavorful and tropical version has all the flavor and texture of coconut one could imagine. Real bits on coconut are embedded in the delicious milk chocolate on a classic Pocky stick. J-san recommended!
Create a tray of 8 mini takoyaki balls from scratch and then decorate them with the sauce that 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 a realistic tasting Japanese favorite festival dish.
The white chocolate Crunky bars are back for another season. This "ajiwai" milk version promises to be rich and flavorful. Very creamy taste with a ton of crunchy rice puffs inside. Simple but lovely new product! Foil wrapped bar within the slim box.
A whole new way to enjoy Hi Chew! The handy box contains a mix of 11mm candy cubes. There are 4 flavors in all including: Orange, Green Apple, Strawberry, and Lemon. Limited edition so snap some up before they are gone. Check out the numerous Hi Chew (Hi Chu) flavors we offer!
Imagine the taste of grilled corn on the barbecue. These Cheetos have a very accurate 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.
Celebrate one of the cutest bears in Japan 'Kumamon' who hails from the Kumamoto prefecture. Delicious cocoa milk chocolate surrounds cookie bits on a chocolate Pocky stick! Eat them straight or use them to decorate an ice cream dessert. Glico makes such high quality sweets!
A delicious, quick and easy latte that you can enjoy hot or cold. Four individual packets of green tea flavor in the beautifully designed box. Just add 130mL of boiling water and stir. For an iced latte add 60mL of boiling water then top with ice and cold water. Nescafe releases a half dozen flavors each year.
A fantastic green tea (matcha) limited edition release! Check out the cute panda faces on these two-tone chocolate cookies. Are the pandas in your box happy, sad, angry...? We definitely know that they will be delicious. Makes a great snack or dessert garnish.
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