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Introducing Popular Food Sold at Hankyu Umeda, Osaka's Major Department Store!

Located in the center of Osaka, Hankyu Umeda is one of Japan's top department stores, offering a wide selection of trendy items from both inside and beyond Japan. In particular, it boasts the greatest quantity of fashion and cosmetic products in all of Kansai! What's more, by collaborating with a variety of food makers, Hankyu Umeda Department Store keeps developing products that are only available here. Among these items, this article will introduce 3 of the most popular that are now on sale at newly-opened shops inside this department store!

Our Recommended Fall 2018 Products from “Hankyu Umeda Main Store” in Osaka, Japan’s Largest Department Store!

“Hankyu Umeda Main Store,” located in the heart of Osaka, is Japan’s largest department store, featuring a wide selection of trendy products from Japan and overseas. Their selection of fashion and cosmetic goods is the greatest in all of Kansai! Additionally, they also sell a variety of delicious food products, so you can enjoy shopping here all day long! In this article, we will be introducing our recommended products for this fall!

Introducing Hokkaido's Longtime Best-Selling Cookie: Shiroi Koibito!

For over 40 years, Shiroi Koibito (meaning "white lover" in Japanese) has been loved as a souvenir from Hokkaido.
With a tablet of white chocolate sandwiched between two langue de chat cookies, it's a really tasty treat!
Shiroi Koibito is nationally recognized as one of the highest-ranked sweet souvenirs of Japan. Every year, it competes against many other strong rivals in the Hokkaido souvenir market.

Shizuoka Specialty – A Delicious Flavor Unchanged by the Ages! Unagi Pie

Unagi (eel) is known across Japan as a specialty of Shizuoka Prefecture. A unique item made with that unagi is this “Unagi Pie.”
Unagi Pie is made by making a cookie out of powdered unagi, baking it, and finishing it off with a sauce like that used on grilled unagi.
This snack has been made by hand by craftsmen since 1961, and surprisingly enough it is said that they make 200,000 pies per day.