Traditional Snacks

Traditional Japanese snacks are timeless! These were once simple local treats that were made as the appreciation for native products grew due to the "Sakoku Policy" of the Edo Period. Without contact with foreign countries, locals lined up for tasty goodies like karinto, dorayaki, agemochi, and more in festivals and street fairs. As time progressed, these evolved into the traditional snacks that the Japanese munch on during work breaks or after school!

Japan Candy Box

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