Japanese Sweets (Snack, Sweet Treat)

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I came accross these tweets today.
Akin (@akinasiski) posted a photo and said "My sister cooked the
roasted sweet potato...". This is the photo.

http://tinyurl.com/b7t82yy
Pretty chicks. Let's roast them.

... one minute later, he posted another photo.
What are they? Did she haul up the devils?
http://tinyurl.com/ae9bprr

The tweets came to an issue for a period of time in Japan
because there was a major gap between those two photos. lol

Speaking of sweets, there are many people who like cooking.
Do you cook something usually? Me? ... I don't. XD

Look! Many cute sweets in there!
http://tinyurl.com/b4xuoly

By the way, have you ever eaten snack or sweets in Japan?
I heard you can buy them also at Amazon USA.
I saw an article which introduced about it. There are many sweets
in it, but especially I love Takenoko no Sato by Meiji.
http://tinyurl.com/afwsq57

But... hey I noticed. The second picture of this sweets
on Amazon.com is little strange. They are mistaken how to eat. lol
http://tinyurl.com/b3xqfoc

Do you have some sweets in Japan you would like to eat?
If you have, please give me return mail for this newsletter.
I think I'll pack into your package when you give us the shipping
request as a free gift. Thank you!


Please tell me if there are the items you want :D
Please Don't hesitate to tell me :)

Meiji - Takenoko no Sato (77g x 10 packs)
http://tinyurl.com/bc2a9vg

Koikeya Karamucho (60g x 12 packs)
http://tinyurl.com/9wjhxxe

Kit Kat Bonus Pack (996g)
http://tinyurl.com/bc6rrnh

glico PRETZ (30 packs)
http://tinyurl.com/ad26qao









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