Sorry, McDonald’s, but no way are we waiting until March for our mint dessert drink fix.
Tirol Chocolate, also pronounced as Chiroru Choko in Japan, recently won over fans with their rather unconventional way of announcing that the company president was changing.
Looks like nothing we’d ever have imagined, tastes like something we could only have dreamed of.
Further proof that whatever people worship, it tends to manifest itself in their food.
Beloved flavors from different parts of the globe combine in dessert drink that promises to taste out of this world.
Perhaps the most portable curry ever developed can be yours for a mere 30 yen.
Chocolate and banana in ice cream form? Okay, just take our money already!
Putting soy sauce on white rice is a major faux pas in Japan, but now there’s a flavorful alternative.
Order a custom-made dessert pizza of your dreams at international chocolate retailer Max Brenner’s very first Chocolate Pizza Bar in Harajuku!
Coffee house chain is now four for four with its pudding lineup.
This definitely is no ordinary Easter egg!
This sure sounds like a sweet way to catch Pokémon!
Somehow, chocolate sandwiches are about to become even more awesome.
Cooking a special dinner? Try this crazy kitchen hack!
Popular series’ title refers to a prince, but he’s also the king of Valentine’s Day chocolate.
Valentine’s Day is the one day in Japan when anime becomes real life.
Who ever said that brushing your teeth had to be boring?
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
This year, show them that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.