While I couldn’t go to the Ghibli Museum because it’s quite expensive and you have to make reservation months in advance, I made my way to Shiro-Hige’s Cream Puff Factory to try the famous Totoro shaped cream puffs.
I found this Kit Kat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Cold Storage grocery in Sunway Putra Mall.
At the Sentral Train Station in Kuala Lumpur, there’s a McDonald’s that sells vanilla cones with 4 special dips.
During my travels, I’ve found that different countries have different Kit Kat flavors and not just Japan.
Like all things tiny and kawaii? I’ve never seen tiny cute cupcakes like these before.
As soon as I arrived in Bali I went to the store. I needed to get a few necessities and found several snacks I hadn’t seen before. This special Hello Panda package was new to me so I bought it.
I was surprised to find strawberry flavored McDonald’s soft serve ice cream in Hong Kong; and NO, the ice cream machine was not broken!
I found these candy arrows at Chicago’s Mitsuwa Marketplace.
It’s hard to pass up on anything Hello Kitty. Seeing these were chocolates from Taiwan, I just had to try them! Check out my review!
I’ve searched for chocolate rocks everywhere for a very long time. I used to eat these a lot as a kid and then suddenly they disappeared.
I’ve been feeling particularly lazy starting out this new year so, I’ve decided to review this Gudetama (ぐでたま) Chocolate Bar by Furuta (フルタ).
Okay I was wrong! These are my favorite Shirakiku brand candy!