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Crazy, Fun Japanese Chewing Gum

  Japan is a haven for foodies because of delectable snacks and meals like omurice and tonkotsu ramen, but it's also a place for some very bizarre confections and gums. Japanese take their art seriously and have given even the most ordinary device and objects a fascinating, crazy, or just plain amazing twist, and Japanese gums are no exception. Japanese people adore candy gums, and endless variations are available in every shop with eye-catching packaging, making it hard to search the best confectionery items available in the Japanese snacks sector. Every kind of sweet you can think of is available...

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Behind the Scenes: Inside a Japanese Candy Factory

Japanese candies are highly popular all over the world because of their flavor, distinctive packaging, and creative production methods. It's a bottomless pit of party meals that you can only aspire to try at least once in your life. There are approximately 100 different candies available in Japanese convenience stores, including Japanese soda candy, sour gummy, chocolate blocks, cookies, chocolates, and even do-it-yourself candies!   The Japanese are really the masters at thrilling and perplexing sweet tooth at the same time, whether it is with SOY sauce, musk melon, pumpkin, or anything else. Do not mistakenly believe that all Japanese...

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Let's Learn About: Ramune

  Ramune is a very popular and well-known Carbonated soft drink from Japan that has made its way around the world in a variety of flavors. The Name "Ramune" originates from the Japanese pronunciation of “lemonade."   The Origin of Ramune   Alexander Cameron Sim, the founder of Ramune, started in the medical field as a pharmacist. Sim introduced a carbonated beverage in 1884 based on lemonade, called "mabu soda," which soon became very popular with local Japanese folks. It's not entirely clear when Ramune developed it in Japan. However, the British merchant ships brought the original recipe to Japan...

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Japanese Fortune Sticks

  On New Year's Day, you might witness a lot of people lining up to receive a small rectangle of paper if you go to popular shrines and Buddhist temples. People appear to be reading it intently; some are grinning while others are scowling. What exactly are they doing there? They are partaking in a popular year-round activity known as Omikuji, which involves reading fortunes written slips to see how the new year would treat them. Here is a detailed overview of omikuji in Japan.   Let's find out more about omikuji or Japanese fortune sticks.     Omikuji, also...

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Sanrio x McDonald's: My Melody Holder & Little Twin Stars Toys

  Is there a product with a more glorious name than the Happy Meal from McDonald's? The children were the focus of McDonald's in their heyday. Most kids, no matter how rich or poor their parents were, could afford a Happy Meal from time to time. The play area, the bright colors, and of course, Happy Meals were all supposed to have any 5 to 11-year-old saying: "I'm lovin' it." McDonald's has the vibe of being a place just for youngsters. The Happy Meal has been a staple of millions of children's childhoods worldwide since its debut in 1979. After...

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