Soda isn't just for drinking. These candies serve you your soda in various ways, from soft candy to soda in stick form, and even as a flash of lightning.
Japanese chewy candies with concepts varying from little bits you eat with a toothpick to ones that give you energy or even have you compile a little fruit shop diorama.
Poor katakana skill is no laughing matter. Also, Queen Peach wants to introduce you to her melons.
August 14th 2019 box had strawberry popcorns, strawberry rose soft candies and a grape tree kit.
Mini Hi-Chews, melon caramels, and grape gummies with a peculiar texture.
Roses, turtles and whistles.
Mario gummies, rough guy milk this time in azuki flavor, and photogenic Happy Turns.
Tongari Corn, Okinawa Pineapple Candy and Morinaga Hi-Chew Assorted.
Mouthfeel. So much mouthfeel.
Explanation of the May 14th 2019 shipment with kudetama pudding mochi balls, onigiri senbei, cameleon hard candies and puccho balls in it.
How I got a job as a manga translator, what the work was like and why I eventually quit.
Breakdown of all of our living costs in Japan. Many helpful hints if you are considering living in Japan. Sums up rent, phone bill, internet, home costs, health insurance, food, car, childcare and more on a USD/month basis. Updated 2019.
Explanation of the April 28th 2019 Candy Japan shipment contents, with satisfyingly looooong things and a bit assistance to our two Latvian subscribers.
Explanation of train gummies, milk cakes, melon pan, and traditional Japanese dango.
Japanese candy manufacturer Morinaga has used crowdfunding to apply its new long-lasting food ingredient to create a super long-lasting throat candy.
A list of the 10 most popular Japanese candies, based on Amazon sales rankings. While #1 is not a big surprise, you might find #2 harder to predict.
List of the top 10 most best-selling snacks in Japan, based on the best seller list of Amazon Japan.
Shows what "hot chocolate" is in Japanese and how to write & say it. Also explains where the Japanese word for hot chocolate came from.
The top 10 most popular Japanese chocolate brands, according to a survey of 3,677 Japanese people.