If you ever wanted to step back in time to a nostalgic corner shop where just 500 yen (US$4.85) gets you over a hundred different types of signature Japanese snacks and candies, this place is definitely for you.
Finally, a way to eat these delicious spongy white noodles on the go. You don’ wanna miss it!
The tasty rice crackers known as Kaki no Tane (literally “persimmon seeds”) have long been a favorite Japanese snack, but would you be willing to trying them in this bold new flavor?
Blast your taste buds to hell and back this summer with extreme spicy Japanese snacks.
That’s right, Garretts Popcorn’s current seasonal flavor is “Matcha Caramel Crisp“, and we saw absolutely no reason whatsoever not to try it!
When hunger strikes in the most inappropriate of places, it’s all about this new “potato chip camouflage” technology!
With its “Potato Chips” brand celebrating its 40th anniversary, snack company Calbee decided to poll Japan residents on the flavors they’d like to see next…
Some spicy new potato chip flavors are hitting Japan, but they’ll only be available for a month or so!
These are just two of the reasons to love this awesome collaboration from Japan.
Snacks that cats and people alike can enjoy? It might not be as crazy as it sounds.
His trip around the world was due to a fan who couldn’t focus on studying and instead used her time to send the TV host a box of Korean munchies.
The electric energy of Pikachu tastes like puffs of crispy caramel.
Take an inside peek into the production process of Pocky, the beloved Japanese snack which has found its way into supermarkets around the world.
It’s not like we really needed any more reasons to eat potato chips, but matcha and chocolate together make a pretty convincing argument.
We may be in the dead of winter here in Japan, but snack makers are already coming out with a taste of Spring.
Against the infamously difficult arcade games, sometimes you just can’t win, even when you just won.
Japan now has a new crazy potato chip flavour, and it tastes just like a Japanese Christmas cake!
Snacks don’t get much more decadent than fried ice cream, but it can be intimidating to make for inexperienced fryers. Luckily we found that using Japanese ice cream snacks coated in gelatinous rice known as mochi instead really simplified things without sacrificing any of the taste.
‘Tis the season to eat Pocky! Celebrate Pocky Day with these amusing (and tantalizing) tweets from Japan!