Do you remember the sweet flavors of your childhood in Japan? Or maybe you were first entranced by the colorful packaging of Japanese candy during your travels. However you came to love Japanese candy, it's a love that lingers... Just like the bright, crisp flavor of lychee gummy candies or the sweet, earthy flavor of green tea soft candies.
Flavors aren't the only thing exotic about Japanese candies. Some of them take exotic forms, too! Take Kinjo jelly cups, for example. This soft Japanese jelly candy is presented in tiny cups. Simply pull the tab off the cup and tilt that soft, fruity deliciousness into your mouth. Choose from apple, grape, or orange jelly cups. Better yet, try all three!
Japanese candy isn't just about sugary sweetness or exotic flavors. It also embraces intriguing texture combinations like apple pudding stuffed marshmallows or the white, milk, and strawberry chocolate layers found in Fujiya's chocolate lollipops.