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Japanese Candy

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Fun and tasty Japanese candy I have been given as gifts and bought . Sometimes too beautiful to eat. When has that ever stopped me ! intrigued. . . parsnip music. . . Crazy For you, Ulrich Schnauss

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Hi-Chew is a popular fruit-flavored Japanese candy. A combination of taffy and gum, this soft candy has very vivid fruit flavors. This assorted bag contains a citrus mix of Watermelon, Lemon & Grapefruit 3.53 oz bag

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Hi-chew is a chewy fruit candy that has become one of the most well-loved Japanese snacks. It all started with a man named Taichiro Morinaga, who had his first taste of candy when he moved to the United States at the end of the 19th century. Enamored with that sugary experience, Morinaga learned all he could about making candy before returning to Japan, where he then founded his own sweets shop. Today, these small, rectangular bursts of flavor serve as a delightfully juicy testament to a…

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Hi-Chew is a popular fruit-flavored Japanese candy. A combination of taffy and gum, this soft candy has very vivid fruit flavors. This assorted bag contains Mango, Banana & Melon flavors. 3.53 oz bag

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Hi-Chew is a popular fruit-flavored Japanese candy. A combination of taffy and gum, this soft candy has very vivid fruit flavors. This assorted bag contains Strawberry, Green Apple & Grape flavors. 3.53 oz bag

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An assortment of SHOGUN(DAGASHI BOX)JAPANESE SNACKS&JAPANESE CANDY. A box filled with 30 of Japan's most famous sweets chosen by the Shogun. Comes with an abundant lineup: All attractive “DAGASHI” snacks which contains candy, gummies, biscuits, cookies, delicacies, snack foods, cookies, Japanese style sweets, etc. You can find all kinds of sweets from traditional Japanese candy stores that allows you to indulge in. Perfect for gifts: In Japan “DAGASHI” is a good choice for a gift for…

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