I am not sure about your habits, but for us we always like to stock up some bites and beverages from these convenience stores for our bus journey as well as supper in the hotel room. And as you view through this post, you could find all kinds of food and beverage they offer in the stores as compared to what we have in Singapore.
|Assorted Onigiri (rice balls)|
|Array of Beverages|
|Some of our favourite beverage such as coffee and smoothie.|
Oden (おでん) which is a popular Japanese winter dish that consist of ingredients like hard-boiled eggs, daikon radish, konnyaku, processed fish cakes, sausages and etc in a light soy-flavoured dashi broth. You can also find similar things like this in Taiwan known as 関東煮. in my Taiwan travelogue here.
|Array for Waffles, Donuts and Snacks|
SNACKS FROM JAPAN
|Always love their packaging which makes it a great gift set.|
|[Must Try] Tokyo Banana (東京ばな奈)|
|[Must Try] Limited edition Giraffe Print Tokyo Banana|
¥550 / SG$6.70) during our visit to the Chateau Kastsunuma Winery (株式会社シャトー勝沼 ) on a day trip. Although it does not taste as good a those freshly baked cheesecake but it does make a decent gift with it beautiful wrapping and local flavour.
|[Must Try] Assorted Flavour Crispy Rice Crackers from Nakamise Shopping Street (Nakamise-dori)|
|Yuzu Honey Sweet which I bought from 7-11 @ ¥198 (SG$2.40) per packet|
|[Must Try] Hokkaido Milk Candy|
|Okinawa Black Sugar Candy|
|Sakura Matcha Kit Kat @ ¥157 (SG$1.90)|
When compared, the matcha taste was lighter and it was also infuse with a light Sakura fragrance which is something new and rare to find in Singapore.
|Assorted Nama Chocolate from Royce @ ¥695 (SG$8.50)|
With this post, I conclude our travelogue for Japan trip and if you are keen to read more about our experience in Japan. You can refer to the links shown below.