What Is The Best Japanese Snack?

What Is The Best Japanese Snack?

Every year, a lot of travelers come to Japan and buy many many Japanese snack. Japanese snacks are so delicious and amazing! Today we introduce five famous Japanese snacks!

#1 Koala no March

What comes to your mind when you hear Koala? The koala is an Aussie animal. In japan, but it has enjoyed as snack food! This is Koala no March! It’s biscuit snack from Lotte.

This snack is the best! Crunchy, slightly sweet cookie outside with a rich, creamy chocolate center. While the cookies, cute little picture on each cookie of koala doing various things: running, crying, dancing, etc.

#2 Pretz

This is the perfect bar snack! Pretz!!!

Glico Salad Pretz is a tasty and crunchy biscuit cracker with a nice salad flavor.

Adults and children love this snack. They work well with salads and soup, and have even had these with a burger for dinner. Enjoy Pretz!!

#3 Kaki noTane

Kaki no Tane, literally “kaki seeds”, are senbei rice crackers with a distinctive shape that look like the seeds of a kaki fruit. They are slightly spicy as their ingredients include a small amount of chilli powder.

Kaki no Tane are served mixed with peanuts and are considered a drinking snack. Peanuts are fresh and are salted to perfection. I especially love peanuts!

#4 Kinoko no Yama & Takenoko no Sato

Meiji makes our favorite chocolate! They are “Kinoko no Yama” and “Takenoko no Sato”. At first, this is Kinoko no Yama.

The head of the mushroom is made from milk chocolate. The cookie tastes like a butter cookie but not that sweet so it is a perfect balance with the chocolate.

This is Takenoko no Sato!

I seriously recommend these to everyone. The taste is nicely counterbalanced with the blander and crunchy taste of the cookie!

#5 Apolo

These tiny strawberry chocolates are a Japanese favorite! Apolo!!!

When you open it you can just smell the strawberry and chocolate. One of the best chocolate I’ve had.

Yummy, yummy. Recommended to try!

Add the cute cone shaped candies to ice cream, decorate with them, or eat them as is!