Japanese candy

Enjoy Japanese Cotton Candy Like No Other at This Cute Candy Shop in Harajuku

The fashion street of Harajuku has many interesting shops where you can enjoy delicacies like no other. TOTTI CANDY FACTORY is very famous and crowded all the time because of its rainbow cotton candy, which you can’t find anywhere else. As you walk down Takeshita Street, just look for the pink building with a long…

Have a Fun and Thrilling Night at These 2 Unique Izakayas in Shibuya!

Shibuya is considered a part of Tokyo that doesn’t sleep. It consists of many restaurants and cafes where people can relax, unwind, socialize, and spend an evening. For those who are up for dancing and having a thrilling night, there are numerous bars and clubs in the area to choose from. If you’re into something…

Want To Know What You Are About to Eat in Japan? Get this App!

Many people are already feeling the buzz of the upcoming 2020 Olympics here in Japan, even with 4 years to go before this great event actually happens. The preparations for the event can be felt in numerous aspects of life ranging from subjects like language to food. These efforts are all in place to minimize…

Make Your Summer in Japan Sweeter With Ameshin’s Uchiwa Lollipops!

Have you ever heard of a traditional Japanese candy craft art known as “Amezaiku?” It is a form of art which follows the method of creating a sculpture by using tweezers and scissors in manipulating taffy or a chewy substance. Shinri Tezuka, a popular artisan, has recently introduced a new line-up of sweets in the…

Kintaro-ame: Try some Traditional Handmade Japanese Candy

You have likely seen this candy before as there is a popular international candy chain called Sticky which produces similar candy. This type of candy actually originates from Japan, and it is known as Kintaro-ame. Kintaro global.rakuten.com/ Kintaro is a folk hero who is a child with incredible strength. Kintaro is translated as “Golden Boy”…

Shock Your Taste Buds with These Unusual M&Ms!

“Okuchi de torokete, te ni tokenai”「お口でとろけて、手にとけない」(=”Melts in your mouth, not in your hand.”) The most-liked advertising slogan is popular in Japan, too! koh.blog.jp/ Whereas M&M’s originated in the US in 1941, it took 40 years to get them to Japan. Once they reached the land of the rising sun, no one could stop Japan from…