Sunday, 2 March 2014

What I got from Japan #️1 candy and snacks

Sawasdee ka~

Like I told you on my post last Sunday, I went to Japan last month for a week and today I'm going to show you candy and snacks I bought from there. Some items are only sell in Japan so if you have a chance to go there don't forget to give them a try. I promise you won't be disappointed.
The most famous tea from Japan is green tea. So what about green tea (Matcha) Kitkat? I can't tell how much I like this flavour. Okay, so Kitkat is not Japanese brand. But, it is one of the top selling chocolate bars in Japan. Kitkat in Japan has many varieties that not available in other countries such as green tea. I'm not really sure about strawberry Kitkat whether it sell somewhere else though.
 
Next, Collon, crispy cream candies with an unfortunate name. It's a green tea flavour as well and apart from its name I think the taste is really nice. The outer shell is flakey like thin layers of wafer cone. The filling is very soft and fluffy. I can see how these are much more likely to be designed for kids rather than adults given the sweetness level. As a sweet tooth girl like me I don't really mind how sweet it is.
This trip I also had a chance to go Tokyo Disney sea. It was a great time because it just passed 30th anniversaries and also the time I went their it's close to Valentine so the packagings of its products are really cute. To be honest, apart from cute packaging they are nothing unique about the sweeties I bought. The first box is butter and chocolate cookies and the second one is chocolate crunch.
Have you ever tried Dip dab? It's a bag of sweet/sour fizzy powder that comes with a lollipop. Once the lollipop has been licked, it can be dipped into the fizzy powder and then sucked clean. This Woody little sachet is exactly the same as Dip dap. The lollipops have 2 flavours; strawberry and coke. Again it's nothing special on this one as well.
Tokyo Banana is a number 1 souvenir choice when I want to get something back as a gift from Japan. These cute banana shaped sponge cake is filled with banana flavored custard which is sweet ans soft. There are more choice of flavours but in my opinion the original one is the best. If you are interested I recommend you to buy it in the airport so you don't have to worry about space in your luggage :)

Last one, it's not a candy but I think I might also show you this as well. I used to curios about how people make all yummy chocolate with lovely pattern on top and this answer everything. I found it in 100Yen shop. Thought it would be good if I can make my own chocolate with lovely heart pattern on top.


Have you ever tried any of these sweeties?

Mwahhh

xx










39 comments:

  1. I tried the Kitkat green tea and it tastes pretty good x
    Nice review!
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  3. Oh I'm so jealous. I've always wanted to go to Japan and these sweets look and sound amazing. I would have an absolute field day seeking out all these goodies!
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    Mary
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  4. Jealous of all their chocolates! UK seem so bland in comparison. Would love to try the green tea kit kat! xx

    Hannah @ FashionistaDigital

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    1. I'm totally agree. I always have to go chinese supermarket to find some asian sweety lol xx

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  5. Wow! I've always wished to go to Japan one day, this post makes me even want to go more!

    Arayne
    http://arianaly.blogspot.be/

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  6. Love knick-knacky things like this that always seem to come from Japan! The treats look delish!

    Krissie x - http://pearlsofstyle.blogspot.com.au

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  7. Japan's original Kit-Kat is the best ;A;

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  9. enjoy it ,look delicious
    xo

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  12. uwahhh this post makes me droll! I wish I was in japan with all that yummy candy ><
    xoxo
    Serainie

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    1. You definitely have to go there. It's amazing place! :)

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  13. interesting post!!
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  16. Great items,love the transfer sheet!!
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  17. Hi dear, this is a great post and you have a lovely blog, I hope we can follow each other, if you decided to follow me on BLOGLOVIN please let me know so I can follow you back.

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  18. Great picks! Who doesn't love sweets?! :D
    Ellie,xx
    Elephant stories and more

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  19. Green tea kitkat!! OMG that's my favorite!!! <3

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  20. Wow, so yummy sweets ^o^

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  21. i'm so jealous you got green tea kit kat! we can't get them in the UK ><
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    let me know so i can follow your wonderful blog back ^^

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  22. Fab post, you have a lovely blog :)
    Would you like to follow each other on GFC, bloglovin? It would be great, just let me know :)

    Kisses,
    Maria
    http://retrostreetstation.blogspot.de/

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  23. Wow! How cool are those goodies! So neat that they are only in Japan! The different kinds of kit kats is so neat!

    Rebecca
    www.winnipegstyle.ca

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  24. OMG you're so lucky ! I'd love to go to Japan, I wish I had enough money ^^'

    thelittlefashionette.blogspot.fr

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    1. I also need to save up to go back there again :)

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  25. That looks so great! :-)

    Follow you now on GFC. Hope you
    follow me back!

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  26. Great review honey.

    I am still unable to follow. Still get the same We are sorry....message. I keep trying honey.

    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  27. I love your blog. So pretty. I loved the Green tea KitKat when I was in Japan, so tasty. Thanks for visiting my blog. Following you on bloglovin now. My GFC doesn't seem to be working!

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