Forever on your lips, never on your hips!
Mar 3, 2017
Drawing inspiration from an internationally beloved children’s book, chef creates a hybrid pancake/cookie.
The internationally popular cigar-shaped cookie will be getting its first new flavor in 13 years!
The company’s latest luxury release has Japanese ice cream lovers craving Chinese food.
The Internet has gone crazy for this incredible biscuit collection that looks like a range of tiny food replicas.
Who can resist scrumptious Oreo cookies, especially when they’re inscribed with our favorite Ghibli anime characters? Read More
Sep 27, 2016
These handmade cookies are the perfect snack for surfing the web.
Sep 14, 2016
RocketNews24’s Meg pits the two cookies against each other, and also tosses made-in-China-for-China Oreos into the fray.
Aug 24, 2016
Yes, they serve milk.
No, not Oreo cheesecakes, but cheesecake Oreos!
If you like watermelon, you’ll definitely want to sink your teeth into these unique treats…and you won’t even have to worry about getting your fingers wet with juice!
May 24, 2016
You mean we’re supposed to eat these?!
The full-sized Oreo sandwich cookie now comes filled with a delicious green tea matcha cream centre.
Mar 17, 2016
Watch the step-by-step process of how to cook these cute, completely edible cup accessories yourself.
Mar 14, 2016
Two of the world’s great foods combine in these eye-catching sweets.
Check out these home-made gaming-themed treats and get some inspiration for your own baked goods!
Nov 27, 2015
Despite the popularity of goodies like Kit Kats and Oreos around the world, most countries sell only the original flavors of such snacks with perhaps one or two flavor variations on the side. This area, however, is where Japan goes totally nuts with novel and often downright bizarre marketing campaigns to introduce the latest flavors of ordinary snacks—just ask anyone who’s ever had the courage to try wasabi Kit Kats or strawberry chocolate-covered shrimp chips!
Case in point, confectionery and baked goods company Yamazaki Nabisco has unveiled its newest flavor of the popular Oreo cookie: rum raisin.
Jul 14, 2015
With less than a month to go before the release of the live-action Attack on Titan film in Japan, related merchandise and tie-in collaborations have brought us everything from point cards to hot dogs in recent days.
Whether you’re anxiously awaiting the movie’s opening date here in Japan or further abroad, there’s one way everyone can join in the celebrations: with a giant Oreo cookie. Check out the delicious recipe after the jump, complete with all the mouth-watering step-by-step details. A snack this sweet and giant-sized is sure to stop any Colossal Titan in its tracks!
May 22, 2015
One thing we definitely have plenty of in Japan is sweets, be it cookies, chocolates, ice cream or cakes. From sakura flavored treats to mochi-infused ice cream, you don’t have to look too hard to find a dessert that captures your fancy, whatever your mood happens to be. Interestingly, one trend we seem to be seeing in recent years is the increasing popularity of Japanese confections in the Middle East, the U.A.E. in particular.
Now, it’s quite common these days to see a popular snack or dessert from one country become a huge hit in another part of the world, but one Japanese treat that apparently has been acquiring a growing number of fans in the U.A.E. is not the latest dessert fad to hit Tokyo, nor is it created from a unique and unexpected combination of Japanese ingredients. It’s a conventional, albeit tasty, Western-style cookie, and what’s more, these cookies have been around here in Japan for over four decades!
Naturally, we bought a box and tried them to see what makes them so special!
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