May 2018


Take a peek which Japanese treats were included in the May Japan Candy Box!
Pine Ichigo Milk Candy
In Japan the strawberry season starts already in early spring. This re-sealable milk carton shaped bag is filled with strawberry milk flavored candy balls.
Kasugai Konpeito Candy
Introduced to Japan by Portuguese in the 16th century, Konpeito is one of the most well known traditional sugar candies in Japan.
Glico Pretz - Tomato
Super popular tomato flavored and lightly salted pretzel sticks. Unlike Pocky, Pretz is dusted with seasonings instead of enrobed in a flavoured fudge.
Fujiya Anpanman Egg Boro Biscuits
Tamago boro egg biscuits are super popular especially among kids. These bags feature characters from Anpanman, one of the most popular anime series among young children in Japan.
Sanrio Characters Strawberry Marshmallows
Strawberry jam filled marshmallows in a cute bag decorated with Sanrio characters.
Kyoshin Green Apple Mochi
Mochi is traditional Japanese rice cake with a chewy texture. These green apple flavored mochi candies come with a toothpick making it easier to pick up and enjoy the small treats.
Nobel Plum Sour Candy
Sweet and sour plum flavored hard candy. In Japan plum is associated with the start of the spring, because plum blossoms are some of the first blossoms to open during the year.
Masuya Onigiri Senbei
Senbei are traditional Japanese rice crackers and come in various shapes, sizes, and flavors. These crackers are triangle shaped like onigiri and have a salty soy sauce flavor.
Koikeya Spicy Fries
Potato snacks shaped like french fries and seasoned with spicy chili from the potato snack company Koikeya.
Yaokin Umaibo Chicken Curry
Umaibo or "delicious stick" are puffed corn snacks available in countless flavors. These have the authentic taste of Japanese chicken curry.
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