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1. Pringles

Pringles came from the U.S. They are a little bit more expensive than other Japanese potato chips. But we can surely find Pringles at the potato chips section at the supermarket.

Japanese potato chips

Japanese potato chips are thinner than Pringles. We have many Japanese flavored ones. For example the one on this photo is a soy sauce and mayonnaise flavor. Are you curious about its taste? Just try it!

Snyder’s is also from the U.S. If you love Snyder’s, especially the cheddar cheese flavor, here is one Japanese-imported snack you should definitely try.

Cheeza (recommended for cheese lovers!)

Cheeza is a Japanese snack which is loved by those who love cheese and who love beer! Beer and Cheeza are a perfect combination.

3. Walkers

Walkers from Scotland. The most famous product of Walkers is this shortbread.You can find Walkers shortbread at convenience stores.

4. Market0 Real Brownie

Market0Real Brownie is from South Korea. If you have never tried this brownie, you must try it. You would be surprised at how rich the chocolate feels in your mouth. This brownie is also found in Japanese convenience stores.

5. Chupa Chups

Chupa Chups are from Spain but came to Japan in 1977. It has remained a popular candy since then. This colorful packaging, designed by Salvador Dali, is so attractive that sometimes you can find stationery or clothing with this design.

6. Haribo

There are lots of Japanese gummies, but some people prefer Germany’s Haribo gummies because they are much harder than Japanese gummies.

7. Oreo

Oreos are from the U.S., but they’re so famous and popular that many Japanese people don’t know that Oreo isn’t a Japanese cookie.

Hand-made Oreo ice cream!

Some Oreo lovers in Japan put crunched Oreo bits on vanilla ice cream!

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