Issues about popular omiyage 〜Part 3〜

Issues about popular omiyage 〜Part 1〜

Issues about popular omiyage 〜Part 2〜

After the 2nd part, here comes part 3 of popular omiyage/souvenir! This time we will introduce to you some omiyage/souvenir snacks that can be easily bought on the street and are quite popular among tourists!

When you come to Japan, Jaga Pokkuru is a must-buy item. However, have you ever wondered why in convenience stores on the street there are many potato sticks similar to "Jaga Pokkuru" available? What on earth is the difference among them?

Now you know the difference among them. Jaga Pokkuru is basically sold only in Hokkaido, but it is said that you can also buy it at some airports (Haneda, Narita, Kansai, etc.).

By the way, if you buy at "Calbee Plus", the specialty shops of Calbee, Inc. which is the manufacturer of the 3 potato sticks, you can even eat the freshly deep fried Jagarico! "Calbee Plus" shops are located in some sightseeing spots such as Takeshita Street in Harajuku and Tokyo Station. Be sure to check it out!

"UHA Mikakuto CORORO" has a rich flavor of fruit. The price is around 130 yen per pack, and it is available in convenience stores.

CORORO is delicious eating directly, but now in Japan the popular way to eat is "turning CORORO into a premium dessert"!

In addition, if you put CORORO in carbonated drinks or jelly drinks, you can get different tastes!

It can be easily made at home and in the hotel, so be sure to have a try!