One Piece trading card bundled with chewing gum.
Japanese candy where you can pretend to be a witch, mixing up your own strange potions.
Explains what "kakigoori" is and introduces a Japanese candy based on it.
Japanese candy which makes a whistling sound when you blow air through it.
Japanese vegetable and fruit gummy candy
Where to buy and how to make the "Dodotto Tsubupyon" DIY octopus candy kit.
Japanese mystery soda candies where some bits are sour, some are sweet but there is no way to tell which is which.
Japanese sticky choco puff candy.
Introduces a brand of Japanese yogurt candies.
Crunchy and unexpectedly sour Japanese grape candies.
Gummies shaped like mischievous Japanese dwarves.
Suppaichuu are sour Japanese lemon candies.
Japanese candy with grape, cola and strawberry milk gummies hidden inside.
Japanese cherry poem candies.
Cherry candies from the Japanese prefecture of Nagoya.
Japanese chocolate which is like a delicious taste in a flash of lightning.
Candy which is like a thick and creamy love story over baked chocolate.
Japanese ramune lemonade candies with Anpanman character.
Classic Japanese caramels which have been for sale in Japan since the Meiji period. adults and children.
Japanese sushi candy shaped like tuna, clam, squid, octopus, shrimp, caviar and egg.
Delicious Japanese ramune candies which have a special texture somewhere between hard and soft.
Hello Kitty marshmallows with chocolate cream inside.
Japanese single-wrapped chocolates, which you can also buy in convenience stores one single piece at a time.
Japanese "Kinoko no Yama" mushroom mountain chocolates.
White chocolate version of the popular Japanese Dars sweets.
Pocky biscuit sticks covered with cookie & cream coating.
If you find a red heart shape while eating these Japanese candies, you might find love as well.
Seaweed-flavored ninja-themed kitty candies.
Japanese candy where you can peel the cardboard open like a banana to reveal a secret message.
Step-by-step instructions for how to make the "Kyouryuu Gumi Zukan" Japanese dinosaur candies.
Explains Anpanman gummies are like, and who is this Anpanman guy anyway?
"Kiichigo Gumi" are raspberry-flavored Japanese gummies.
Soft Pokemon gummies from Japan.
Pokemon lollipop which you dip into pop rocks.
Lists some of the types of Chelsea candies available in Japan.
Step-by-step instructions for making the Marumete Pandango Japanese candy kit.
Shige kicks are the sourest of the sour Japanese candies, with each one like a sharp kick to the tongue.
Chewy candy based on Japanese dried "umeboshi" plums.
Japanese gummy candy with a semi-sour lemony surface.
4 feet AKA 126 cm long Japanese gummy candy.
Japanese lollipop with three layers: grape, muscat grape and apple.
Vitamin C and xylitol, with a miraculous change in taste as you eat these throat candies.
Japanese hybrid of cola-flavored cotton candy and bubble gum.
Morinaga's matcha tea flavored caramels.
Soft Japanese cola soft candies with gummies embedded.
Explains what Azuki is and introduces a sweet based on it.
Candy based on the Japanese summer tradition of hitting watermelons with a baseball bat.
Japanese gummy candies that may help you to fall in love.
Ramune candies with Anpanman character, one of the most popular anime characters among Japanese kids.
Japanese sugarless grape mints
Japanese candies where you can pretend to be a monkey eating some oranges.
Japanese grape, muscat grape and melon soda flavored gummies, shaped like hanging fruit.
Japanese candy based on the Calpis soft drink brand, similar to hi-chew.
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?