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One Piece bubble gum

One Piece trading card bundled with chewing gum.

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Majomajo Neruneru

Japanese candy where you can pretend to be a witch, mixing up your own strange potions.

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Kakigoori Gummy

Explains what "kakigoori" is and introduces a Japanese candy based on it.

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Fueramune

Japanese candy which makes a whistling sound when you blow air through it.

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Yasai to Kudamono no Gumi

Japanese vegetable and fruit gummy candy

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Dodotto Tsubupyon

Where to buy and how to make the "Dodotto Tsubupyon" DIY octopus candy kit.

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Sono Manma Soda

Japanese mystery soda candies where some bits are sour, some are sweet but there is no way to tell which is which.

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Choco Neri

Japanese sticky choco puff candy.

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Gokigen Yogurt

Introduces a brand of Japanese yogurt candies.

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Nazo no Mi

Crunchy and unexpectedly sour Japanese grape candies.

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Kobito Zukan Gummy

Gummies shaped like mischievous Japanese dwarves.

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Suppaichuu!

Suppaichuu are sour Japanese lemon candies.

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Gumi Choco

Japanese candy with grape, cola and strawberry milk gummies hidden inside.

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Sakuranbo no Uta

Japanese cherry poem candies.

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Sakuranbo

Cherry candies from the Japanese prefecture of Nagoya.

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Black Thunder

Japanese chocolate which is like a delicious taste in a flash of lightning.

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Bake Creamy

Candy which is like a thick and creamy love story over baked chocolate.

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Mini Mini Ramune

Japanese ramune lemonade candies with Anpanman character.

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Morinaga Milk Caramel

Classic Japanese caramels which have been for sale in Japan since the Meiji period. adults and children.

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Nigi-nigi Osushiyasan

Japanese sushi candy shaped like tuna, clam, squid, octopus, shrimp, caviar and egg.

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Nama-Ramune Strawberry

Delicious Japanese ramune candies which have a special texture somewhere between hard and soft.

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Hello Kitty Choco Marshmallow

Hello Kitty marshmallows with chocolate cream inside.

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Chiroru Milk

Japanese single-wrapped chocolates, which you can also buy in convenience stores one single piece at a time.

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Kinoko no Yama

Japanese "Kinoko no Yama" mushroom mountain chocolates.

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Dars white chocolate

White chocolate version of the popular Japanese Dars sweets.

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Pocky Panda

Pocky biscuit sticks covered with cookie & cream coating.

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Pure gummy

If you find a red heart shape while eating these Japanese candies, you might find love as well.

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Koneko meshi

Seaweed-flavored ninja-themed kitty candies.

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Banana choco

Japanese candy where you can peel the cardboard open like a banana to reveal a secret message.

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Kyouryuu gumi zukan

Step-by-step instructions for how to make the "Kyouryuu Gumi Zukan" Japanese dinosaur candies.

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Anpanman gummy

Explains Anpanman gummies are like, and who is this Anpanman guy anyway?

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Kiichigo Gummy

"Kiichigo Gumi" are raspberry-flavored Japanese gummies.

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Pokemon Gummy

Soft Pokemon gummies from Japan.

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Pokepachi

Pokemon lollipop which you dip into pop rocks.

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Chelsea

Lists some of the types of Chelsea candies available in Japan.

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Marumete Pandango

Step-by-step instructions for making the Marumete Pandango Japanese candy kit.

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Shige Kicks

Shige kicks are the sourest of the sour Japanese candies, with each one like a sharp kick to the tongue.

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Kamu Kamu Ume

Chewy candy based on Japanese dried "umeboshi" plums.

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Gachin

Japanese gummy candy with a semi-sour lemony surface.

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Chou Himo Q

4 feet AKA 126 cm long Japanese gummy candy.

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Kawarinbo

Japanese lollipop with three layers: grape, muscat grape and apple.

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E-ma Nodoame

Vitamin C and xylitol, with a miraculous change in taste as you eat these throat candies.

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Watagamu Shuwa Koora

Japanese hybrid of cola-flavored cotton candy and bubble gum.

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Matcha Caramel

Morinaga's matcha tea flavored caramels.

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Puccho Shuwa Koora

Soft Japanese cola soft candies with gummies embedded.

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Azuki Caramel

Explains what Azuki is and introduces a sweet based on it.

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Suika gumi

Candy based on the Japanese summer tradition of hitting watermelons with a baseball bat.

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Pure gummy limited edition

Japanese gummy candies that may help you to fall in love.

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Anpanman Ramune

Ramune candies with Anpanman character, one of the most popular anime characters among Japanese kids.

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Pinky

Japanese sugarless grape mints

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Puchitto Kudamono

Japanese candies where you can pretend to be a monkey eating some oranges.

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Mogimogi fruits

Japanese grape, muscat grape and melon soda flavored gummies, shaped like hanging fruit.

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Calpis soft candy

Japanese candy based on the Calpis soft drink brand, similar to hi-chew.

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Dars Milk Chocolate

Dars is a popular brand of chocolate in Japan that you can find in any shop, but do you know the story behind its name?

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