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A classic Hokkaido snack made with 100% Hokkaido potatoes.
One of the most popular snacks of all time. The product combines cookies and white chocolate.
Popular sweets brand Rokkatei's chocolate covered strawberries.
Mildly-sweet peppermint cookies that are also refreshing. The world's beloved mature flavor.
Made with a subtle balance between cheese and spices.
One of Rokkatei's longest-standing product! Cookies made with 100% Hokkaido cream, and raisins.
Okaki with corn. The snack retains the rich flavor of grilled corn.
Baumkuchen made with the flavors of "Shiroi Koibito". It is made with rich white chocolate.
Mifuyu is a sweet snack that sandwiches chocolate in mille-feuille.
Hokkaido Yubari melon made into jelly.
Rich and creamy castella made with Hokkaido's high quality milk.
Cheesecake that melts in the mouth like snow. Taste the luxuriously subtle sweetness.
Try tasting Hokkaido's classic snack, "Shiroi Koibito" in a croissant and whipped cream.
- 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.
A sweet bun with beam-jam filling made in the shape of cute chicks. A popular product in Tokyo.
Gummies especially popular among Japanese women. The texture feels like chewing real grapes.
Cake with a rich cheese flavor in every bite.
Rich French-style Gateau Rusk with butter. Has a tasty, crunchy texture.
Two-bite sized fluffy waffles. Available in a variety of flavors.
Delicious and cute candy.
Rich white milk chocolate sandwiched between cereal layers.
Sponge cake with banana custard cream. A standard gift from Tokyo.
ducing a recipe using Tokyo's popular snack, "Tokyo Banana" with chocolate custard cream topped on bread!
- 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.
One of Kyoto's most famous traditional Japanese snacks. Sweet bean paste wrapped in thin mochi.
Kyoto limited edition Kit Kats. The chocolate has a rich matcha flavor.
Small spheric candies with bumps that have been long-loved by the Japanese people.
150-year-old Gion Tsujiri's Uji Matcha snack.
Chocolate wrapped in mochi.
Baumkuchen made with Kyoto soy milk and Uji Matcha.
Kyoyasai cream puffs whose cream combines Kyoto's vegetables.
Matcha editions of Japan's favorite snacks, Country Mom and Apollo.
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!
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.
An Okinawan classic. Purple yam tart cake made with no added colors.
Okinawan-limited purple yam pie with a rich purple yam flavor.
Snack that combines traditional Okinawan snack, "Chinsuko" with Yukishio (type of salt).
Chocolate with a tasty blend of Okinawan brown sugar.
Warabi mochi made with Okinawan brown sugar.
Cake made with Okinawa's famous "Awamori" sake.
Rich chocolate brownie with pineapple fruit.
Only available in Okinawa -- mochi and gum in cute packaging for you to taste the unique flavors of the island.
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!
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.