I received Minami-no-Shima mango pudding and Yuki-Shio Chinsuko cookies from a friend who went to Okinawa! Both are typical souvenirs from Okinawa, so let me introduce them here.
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!
Have you heard of “cororo” gummies, sold at shops like convenience stores?
Cororo’s gummies are popular for their juiciness and unique texture, made possible by being made with plenty of fruit juice.
In April of 2017, “cororo,” a specialty shop selling the high-quality gummies of the same name, opened up in Hankyu Umeda Main Store!
They aren’t available online, and the shop is so popular that it’s normal to wait for up to 2 hours in line!
Suzukake is a famous long-standing Japanese sweets shop in Fukuoka. It has five locations in Fukuoka, as well as one in each Nagoya and Tokyo.I hope you can come to see the seasonally-changing artful Japanese sweets in the shop’s display window for yourself!
First-Place Winner of Monde Selection and Omiyage Grand Prix! Yamanashi Specialty Product Kikyo Shingen MochiRead Later
Kikyo shingen mochi, a Yamanashi specialty, is a staple souvenir product famous across Japan.
These bite-sized Japanese sweets are kinako (roasted soybean flour) mochi that you drizzle with brown sugar syrup and eat.
Hokkaido has a wealth of wonderful products that make great souvenirs, and their sweets especially have proven to be extremely popular over the years. Kitakaro is a beloved sweets brand from Hokkaido that just opened its newest shop, Kitakaro Sapporo Honkan, in March 2016.
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”!