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HOKKAIDO

The Kingdom Of Treats, Hokkaido Hokkaido deserves to be called "the Kingdom of Treats". Many Japanese and European style snacks in Japan use ingredients such as fruits and dairy products from Hokkaido. One of Hokkaido's charms is that it not only produces quality ingredients for snacks, but also processes them into snacks sold in the market.

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How to properly enjoy "Shiroi Koibito"

Try tasting Hokkaido's classic snack, "Shiroi Koibito" in a croissant and whipped cream.

One Serving

- 1 croissant
* 1 dessert whipped cream
* 1 sheet of Shiroi Koibito

Cut the side of the croissant using a kitchen knife, and load the ☆ on the bottom half in order.

Cover the upper half of the croissant to finish.

TOKYO

Enjoy A Wide Variety Of Snacks, From European Style Snacks To Traditional Japanese Snacks! In Tokyo, you can taste an astonishingly wide variety of snacks ranging from European style snacks to traditional Japanese snacks. Among all the treats, the Japanese people are especially fond of "Tokyo Banana" and "Hiyoko" and often give them as gifts to others.

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A better way to enjoy "Tokyo Banana"

ducing a recipe using Tokyo's popular snack, "Tokyo Banana" with chocolate custard cream topped on bread!

One Serving

- Cake flour 15g
- Sugar 50g
- Milk 200ml
- 1 egg
- 1 Tokyo chocolate Banana

Leave cut marks on the chocolate so it can be melted easily.

Gently shake flour and sugar into a heat-resistant bowl.

Add milk to no.2 and whisk well using a whisker. Add egg and whisk more.

Wrap the bowl and microwave for 2 minutes. Take out and whisk more, and microwave for another 2 minutes. If the content feels smooth and thick, you're good to go.

Add the chocolate while the cream is hot. Once the chocolate melts, you're all done.

KYOTO

Savor Desserts With Rich Matcha Flavor As the city of Kyoto holds a special place in Japan as the historical capital, many of its snacks are made reflect the city's rich and elaborate heritage. Kyoto is especially known for its uniquely traditional Japanese snacks, many of which are made with rich matcha flavor. Here, we introduce 8 of Kyoto's most famous snacks.

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A better way to savor "Country Mom Matcha-flavor"

A recipe that combines Country Mom and vanilla ice cream that melt in your mouth to create an exquisite flavor! The simple recipe is for everyone!

One Serving

3 scoops of vanilla ice cream
1 Country Mom
5 Marble chocolate
1 small spoon of raw cream

Mix ice cream with raw cream.

Add crushed Country Mom on a plate. Add ice cream and top it with marbled ice cream.

OKINAWA

Flavorful Okinawan Snacks Made With Exquisite Ingredients The small island of Okinawa is a jumble of numerous different cultures. And because of this, the island also has a rich variety of treats. In particular, there are many snacks made with Okinawa's specialty brown cane sugar and purple yam. Here, we introduce some of the best snacks that can be found in Okinawa.

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How to properly enjoy "Yukishio Chinsuko"

Try crushing up the deeply-sweet chinsuko and topping it on yogurt. The recipe lets you create a healthy snack that also offers a pleasant texture, which is great for breakfast!

One Serving

80 grams of plain yogurt
2 sheets of Chinsuko

Use plain yogurt that isn't sweet at all. Instead, add more sugar than normal.

Put Chinsuko in a plastic bag, and crush it using your hands.

In a bowl, mix no. 1 and no. 2 to finish.

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