Christmas is just around the corner, and we got you covered! Want to surprise a Japan lover among your friends or family members? Send them this Snack Sledge Japanese Snack box ! It’s all you need to treat someone to a merry, merry Christmas!
Allergens: egg, dairy, wheat, almond, soy * Also contains western liquor La Vieille France, a famous pastry shop that now has stores across Japan, worked together with LOTTE to create this unique Custard Cake Fraisier. Inspired by the traditional strawberry cake recipe, they’ve reproduced this flavor as a delicious cream wrapped by a soft cake! Japanese Christmas cake is not rich, fruit-laden, or even spiced with ginger. Instead, it is a light sponge cake, covered in whipped cream and decorated with fresh strawberries.
Allergens: dairy, soy White chocolate with a cute snowflake (雪) on top, that’s the new treat from Dounan! It looks like Christmas is around the corner, and it sure delivers the taste. Made from fresh Hokkaido (北海道) dairy, it has a very rich white chocolate flavor and the crunchy texture of cacao nibs.
Allergens: apple, orange, egg, wheat, shrimp, soy, chicken, mackerel Processed in a facility that also processes dairy, and crab Did you have stuffing socks hanging by the chimney when you grew up? It’s one of the most exciting feelings to wake up as a child and run towards the crackling pieces of wood still lit after slowly burning through the night, and find a giant sock filled with delicious treats! To make sure you don’t miss out on this for Christmas, we’ve gotten you the whole snack set ready! It’s all there for you to enjoy, Merry Christmas!
Allergens: wheat, gelatin Processed in a facility that also processes dairy More strawberries for you in this cute Kabaya (カバヤ) Strawberry Cake-shaped gummies. As you know now, Strawberry cake is THE cake that most Japanese people will order for Christmas. Those cute gummies (グミ) are miniature that you can place next to each other until you’ve line up all 8 and made a whole cake! Make sure to cut out a part of the package to use as a nameplate on which you can write some Christmas wishes.
Allergens: wheat, dairy, sesame, soy, chicken ,pork, gelatin Processed in a facility that also processes shrimp, crab, buckwheat, egg, and peanuts Finally, a new flavor in our favorite Ramen snack: Baby Star Ramen Tonkotsu Soy Sauce Flavor (とんこつしょうゆ味). Eat them as a savory snack, or add them to a bowl with boiled water for a unique instant ramen experience!
Allergens: wheat Processed in a facility that also processes egg, dairy, shrimp, and crab A timeless snack where you can enjoy the gentle taste of 7 kinds of vegetables (７種類の野菜) and Danshaku potatoes (男爵いも). All the vegetable have been mixed together (つぶつぶ) and made into crumbs that you can enjoy one piece at a time.
Allergens: dairy, almond, soy, gelatin Heating up marshmallows by the chimney while it’s cold outside? Who wouldn’t want to do that! Those cute Hello Kitty chocolate marshmallows are super cute and a great treat for adults just as it is for kids.
A cola-flavored ramune candy that allows you to enjoy the stimulation of bubbles like a carbonated drink. With lively colors and a pleasant character, this is another original adaption of the popular Ramune drink.
Allergens: wheat, soy Processed in a facility that also processes dairy, peanuts, and shrimp Kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama designated an Important Intangible Cultural Property of Japan since 1965. And this Kabukiage (歌舞伎揚), released in 1960 by Amanoya (天乃屋), is one of the best-known snacks associated with Kabuki art. Age (揚) in its name is the word (suffix) for fry in English, and Amanoya Kabukiage is one of the most loved deep-fried rice crackers in East Japan. At both ends of the packaging, tricolor banner designs imitate the stage curtain seen in the Kabuki theater called Joshiki Maku (定式幕). However, Kabuki-Age is just a trademark possessed by the Tokyo-based confectionery company Amanoya and has no connection with traditional Kabuki art. These fries have a pleasant crunchy texture, flavored with sweet, thick soy sauce. They have a good old, delicious taste that brings back memories for many Japanese!
Allergens: dairy, soy Ready for some fortune-telling? Tanseido’s (丹生堂) strawberry short chocolate cake (いちごショートチョコ) comes just with that! Open the lid and check out what it says! Share a photo on social media by tagging us and we’ll give you a translation of what the future holds for you!
Allergens:gelatin Processed in a facility that also processes wheat, egg, dairy, and peanuts More marshmallows for you to make everyone happy! If not to make them into smores, you could use them to add to a delicious chocolate cake, or dip them in a chocolate fondue. We’ll let you pick your favorite recipe while we prepare our own!
Allergens: wheat Processed in a facility that also processes shrimp, egg, dairy, peanuts, beaf, soy, chicken, banana, pork, peach, mountain yam, and apple Lightly salted, fragrant, baked triangular (三角) crackers from Yaokin with a gentle vegetable flavor (ベジタブル). Many companies are moving more and more to the production of vegetable-flavored items these days, and Yaokin (やおきん) might actually have been one of the first with the original salad Umaibo!
Allergens: wheat, soy, dairy, egg We wrote an entire article about Japan’s notorious Panda cookies! Those delicious treats are hard to get by overseas, so we’ve put them in your box so that you can enjoy them too! Those Panda-shaped cookies have 5 different crispy and funny facial expressions: which one did you see when you unwrapped it?