All you have to do is head down the street to get these delectable treats!
Champagne-like sparkling beverages also honor director Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime film.
Does this punny snack combine udon and donuts in the best, or worst, way?
If you want to enjoy a larger-than-life doughnut in Japan this winter season, hurry and place your order with Mister Donut now!
Remember the irresistibly jiggly-looking water cake we reported on two years ago? Well, someone just got creative and made a totally adorable version of it!
After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.
Mickey and Minnie have been turned into sweet Japanese confections this winter, and one thing’s for sure: they’re way too adorable!
Motifs and ingredients connect with Japanese culture’s appreciation of all four seasons.
More matcha is always a good thing.
Range covers drinks hot and cold, with and without caffeine.
Japan has somehow managed to combine nipples and Buddhist temples to create sacred nipple chocolates.
The all-new Japanese-exclusive packages include limited-edition coloured chocolates that capture the spirit of Japan.
With three cute box designs and adorable individual wrappers, this is the best way to send wishes for a lucky New Year.
Yes, Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen bread, based on the viral video, actually exists, and our lucky reporters managed to get their hands on some!
This premium ice cream is designed to look like the vegetable from which it’s made, but that’s just one of its many attractive qualities.
A character from Russian children’s literature and Japanese doughnuts may sound like an unexpected combination, but the results sure look sweet!
We’re still scratching our heads over how they arrived at the decision they did for how kisses taste.
Is it still ramen if it’s cold, fruity, and made of gelatin? One restaurant says yes!