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Oyatsu: Japanese snacks between meals (Collaboration version)

Oyatsu (3) In my previous “oyatsu” post, I introduced a soft type candy product with the package of “Shingeki no Kyojin” (Attack on Titan). There are many collaboration products like that in Japan.   [Disney] The most popular character is probably the “Mickey Mouse”.…

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Oyatsu: Japanese snacks between meals (Life is sweet version)

Oyatsu (2) [My oyatsu on another day] -"Takenoko no sato" (Strawberry milk flavour version), and milk tea with a Japan national football team package- “Takenoko no sato” (Land of bamboo shoots) -Close look of "Takenoko"- About 150 yen. This one is a sister product of “Kinoko no yama”.…

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Oyatsu: Japanese snacks between meals

2014/07/18 | Food ,

Oyatsu In Japanese, snacks between meals are called “oyatsu”, usually eaten around three o’clock. Personally, I believe Japanese snacks and confectionery have the best taste and the largest selections in the world, although I sometimes miss Walkers crisps cheese and onion flavour.…

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