These popular snack foods are also great as souvenirs for tourists. The Japan-exclusive flavors and packaging are a popular secret. If you’re having trouble deciding at the convenience store or at the supermarkets, use this as a handy reference!
Have you heard of Umaibo? It’s a very famous cylindrical snack that’s been loved by Japanese people for decades. The best part about Umaibo is the huge number of flavors available. Here are some recommended flavors to look for.
Sweets made using anime motifs are very popular! You’re probably curious which characters get made into what sweets. Here are a few to check out. Most character sweets are sold in airports, train stations, kiosks, and some are even sold in supermarkets, but a lot of them are sold exclusively in special shops. Definitely make sure where to find them if you want them!
The tea used in Japan’s traditional tea ceremony is called matcha, and it has a deep green color with a bittersweet taste. There are plenty of snacks sold in Japan that use matcha. Here are 20 matcha-flavored snacks that you should consider for souvenirs.
We introduce popular series on the Japanese Convenience store known as “konbini” in Japanese. The convenience store is small but multiple functions. You will find the convenience store anywhere across Japan when you come Japan.