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First appearing in 2009, "Curry Curry Mada Aru?" is a new type of curry rice cracker (sembei in Japanese) created by Sapporo Curry Yoshimi, a local restaurant famous for its soup curry.
Now it's such a popular product that souvenir shops can't survive without it!
Have you ever heard of the famous Hokkaido souvenir, Hokkiado Milk Cookie Sapporo Nougakko? There are many strong rivals in the Hokkaido edible souvenir market, so I imagine many people haven't tried this cookie yet. However, it has won the Monde Selection Gold Medal for 3 consecutive years, so the taste is guaranteed to please.
While stopping at a highway service area, I discovered a yummy-looking treat called Tokyo Kongari Caramel Rusk. It's only available at airports and highway service areas in Tokyo and the surrounding regions.
Yakitokibi is a popular summer treat in Hokkaido. Yakitokibi is corn, covered in a soy sauce tare, grilled over a charcoal fire.
“Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi” was made with that same flavor in mind, and this Hokkaido-only item was first released in 2011.
Royce chocolate is already famous as a typical souvenir from Hokkaido, but this article will introduce their Potato Chip Chocolate!
When it was first put on the market, many people doubted this product, saying, "There's no way potatoes and chocolate can go together!" However, its delicious taste has earned Royce Potato Chocolate repeat customers, one after another! It's now as popular as Royce's signature Nama Chocolate!
Kyoto – A New Way to Eat Warabi Mochi: Frozen “Kushi Warabi”! Arare Shop “Kyo-Nishijin Kasho Souzen”Read Later
Kyoto’s “Kyo-Nishijin Kasho Souzen” is a shop famous for rice cake treats called “arare.”
Its most recent popular product is “kushi warabi,” warabi mochi (bracken-starch mochi) on a skewer.
These warabi mochi are sold frozen, so as time passes you can enjoy the way its texture changes from crunchy sherbert-like treat to chewy mochi.
I got these delicious-looking chocolate treats as a Tokyo souvenir.
Apparently this “Tokyo Funwari Chocolat” is being sold at Haneda Airport and Tokyo Station!
From Tokyo’s Confection Series “Tokyo Banana” Comes the Fall and Winter-Limited Chestnut Flavor, “Ginza Mont Blanc Cake”Read Later
“Tokyo Banana,” a fluffy and soft sponge cake filled with a banana paste custard, is a favorite of even those who dislike bananas like myself!
And now I’ve discovered the chestnut version of that very same Tokyo Banana! It’s called the “Ginza Mont Blanc Cake”!