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Umaibou

This is a snack that’s 10 yen for one stick. There are many kinds of flavors, like salami, cheese, mentaiko, potage, or takoyaki.

Curry Arare (roasted mochi pieces)

This curry-flavored snack imitates the shell of a tortoise. For some reason, there are also fish shaped pieces in the same bag. One bag is about 30 yen.
This is also sold by Yaokin.

Botan Rice Candy

Though it’s called a candy, it has the texture of a gummy. It’s such a standard snack that it’s even sold at kiosks. Though it’s usually sold in bags, at small-time candy stores you can buy one for 10 yen.

Mochitarou

These are salty roasted mochi pieces but are quite small. You can find these being sold for 20 or 30 yen.

Milk Senbei

Though you could call these senbei, they feel like thin wafers. You cover them in condensed milk, jam, or sauce before eating them. Furthermore, the pieces cling strongly to the inside of your mouth.

Baby Star Ramen

Just like the name, this is a dried snack made to taste like fried ramen noodles. If you put it in water, it’ll become like ramen. Actually, it’s not really sold for 10 yen, but you can usually find it in supermarkets for 30 or 40 yen.

Fugashi

This is the same wheat-gluten bread used in cooking, but fugashi is made by kneading sugar and coloring into the dough. The inside is hollow.

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