Interesting food in Japan

I’m sorry if most of my blogs are about food~

Once my summer holiday starts, hopefully there will be something more than just FOODporn (>~<)

Japanese is famous for their creativity when it comes to food. I believe you all heard of squid/ prawn flavor ice-cream or wasabi kit-kat.

How about peach (momo in Japanese) flavor potato chips???


When I saw this yesterday together with mandarin (mikan in Japanese) flavor, I knew I had to try it. And guess what, I was right! It was kinda sweet with a hint of salt and the peach fragrance was very nice. In my opinion, it was super tasty. You would never have the chance to eat something like this if you was not in Japan. Next time I will definitely try the mandarin one!

Chips and snacks are available at most supermarkets, convenience stores, general pharmacies and even at the airport!

Please try something strange next time you go to Japan.

Next, maybe not that exciting but if you are a cereal-person you would love this healthy option!

Cereal/ granola with chocolate/ honey/ fruit flavors are quite common all over the world, but nuts and vegetables granola?? anh2

There are pumpkin, carrots, snow peas, corns and some other healthy veggies inside this breakfast granola (Nissin). You would never get bored with these unusual combinations. So far, the nuts one is my favorite!


Kitkat cheese cake flavor tasted really refreshing. It is extra creamy if you had time to pop it into the oven for about 2 minutes.

i wish other countries also had exciting food so we can enjoy the extraordinary once in a while in our hometown. But for now, I will try all the interesting food in Japan while I can.


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