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  • Kyoto Candy -- Makunouchi Bento
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era. This is the Makunouchi Bento (popular boxed lunch sold at train stations) version.
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    $5.00
  • Kyoto Candy -- Mari (Apple Dama)
    For those who love those konpeito (also written kompeito) traditional Japanese candies, here's a wonderful treat from Kyoto. These are decorative hard candies wrapped up in a decorative bag and a sticker that states Kyoame (Candy from Kyoto). This purchase is for a bag of round Mari (apple dama) themed candy of a sweet sugary flavor. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Period
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    $2.50
  • Kyoto Candy -- Osekihan Bento
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era. This is the Osekihan Bento (popular boxed lunch with steamed rice and red beans) version.
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    $5.00
  • Kyoto Candy -- Youshoku Bento
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era. This is the Youshoku Bento (western-style popular boxed lunch) version.
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    $5.00
  • Kyoto Candy -- Kyou Nishiki
    For those who love those konpeito (also written kompeito) traditional Japanese candies, here's a wonderful treat that's absolutely popular in Kyoto. These are decorative hard candies wrapped up in a plastic bag with a sticker that states Kyoame (Candy from Kyoto). This purchase is for a bag of Kyou Nishiki (Kyoto leaves) themed candy of a sweet sugary flavor. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Period
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    $2.50
  • Kyoto Candy -- Hana Noren
    For those who love those konpeito (also written kompeito) traditional Japanese candies, here's a wonderful treat from Kyoto. These are decorative hard candies wrapped up in a decorative bag and a sticker that states Kyoame (Candy from Kyoto). This purchase is for a bag of Hana Ribbon (flower curtain shaped) candy of a sweet sugary flavor. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Period
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    $2.50
  • Pure Mist Candy   Mikakuto Juntsuyu Candy
    We've gotten a special request for this candy and are glad to make it available for you. This is Mikakuto/UHA's Juntsuyu hard candy, Juntsuyu loosely translates as 'Pure Dew' (as in morning dew), and if you think hard candy is hard candy then you haven't tried Juntsuyu. Like gems of yummy flavor in your mouth, they have a smoother feeling than most hard candy and melt away slowly, a truly one of a kind hard candy experience. This assortment includes Tea and Honey flavors, there are about 20 pieces in the bag. A good example of traditional "dagashi" candy from Japan! [Ingredients] Sugar, syrup, tea, flavoring
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  • Kyoto Candy Warabe (Pinwheel and Paper Balloon)
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era.
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    $5.00
  • Kyoto Candy Warabe (Animal & Flower)
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era.
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    $5.00
  • Kyoto Candy Bento w/ Kompeito
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard sugar candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era.
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    $5.50
  • Sakuma Drops Candy (Normal Edition)
    A dynamite treat from Japan's past, Sakura Drops hard candy have been around since 1908, making them more than a century old. Featured in the famous Studio Ghibli film Grave of the Fireflies, a touching tale of two children trying to survive in war-torn Japan, they capture the era of the Showa Period perfectly. This delicious and long-lasting tin of candies will be useful after you've eaten the delicious candies, since you can put cool stuff in or build a shrine to the kids in the film in your home, or whatever (we aren't picky). There are approximately 40 candies in each tin. An excellent item for fans and collectors of traditional 'dagashi' candies as well as Food Drops. [Ingredients] Sugar, syrup, concentrated fruit juice (strawberry, lemon, orange, pineapple, apple, melon, plum), acidulant, flavoring, coloring (purple cone pigment, paprika pigment, carotene, red yeast, gardenia, safflower yellow)
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  • Meiji Chelsea Candy Butter Scotch
    Meiji comes to you with another great candy treat for our J-List customers. This is a box of Chelsea Butter Scotch hard candies, with the delicious taste of butter scotch tempered with a sweet creamy milk flavor for a delicious combination. Individually wrapped and each one good to the last bite. Save for yourself for later or share them among friends. Allergy information: This product contains traces of milk and soy.
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    $1.80
  • Unchi-kun Candy   Japanese Lucky Poop Candy
    What doesn't look like Christmas more than a smiling piece of poop, called unchi in Japanese. Because the shape of unchi looks similar to that of mochi used for shrine offerings, and because the sound "unchi" like the Japanese word for luck, this treat is actually a lucky gift -- at least that is how you can explain yourself when you give it as a gift. Each Unchi-kun comes packed with poop candy, taken out from the bottom. Once finished eating, you can open the slot in the back with a box-cutter and turn it into a bank. Cool wackiness from Japan! The color you get is chosen randomly .
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    $4.25
  • Curious Bus and Candy Around 2   Henteko Bus to Amedama Kururi 2
    This is a wonderful new manga by talented artist Fue, who created the popular Katahane "yuri" visual novel that JAST USA will be localizing. It's a charminc 4-koma comic with a great story about four girls and a magical bus they journey on. combines great art and sweet yuri themes. 120 pages.
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    $11.25
  • Neri Ame - Traditional Liquid Candy w/ Chopsticks (Mizu Ame) Set of 10
    Dagashi are typical Japanese sweets found in a candy store or supermarket loved by all kids. Some dagashi are simple chocolate pieces while others contain toys. And other's are a fun activity that allow you to make your own treats. This Neri Ame (also written neriame or mizuame), a unique version that you have to kneed in order to create a fluffy-like texture before you consume. It's a favorite of Tsumugi Kotobuki from K-On! too -- she is fascinated by it in one episode. To use, simply use pour the syrup on to the chopsticks and kneed them to increase the texture, and then eat! Picture instructions are located on the back of the wrapper. A sweet sugary treat that's fun way to satisfy your sweet tooth! This purchase is set of 10 individual Neri Ame liquid candy + chopstick sets. Allergy information: Apple, gelatin [Ingredients] Syrup, sugar, vegetable oil, gelatin, concentrated apple juice (Granny Smith 56%, Wang Lin 44%), apple jam, acidulant, emulsifier, flavoring, safflower yellow pigment, gardenia blue coloring
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    $6.50
  • Kasugai Ramune Candy Collection
    Ramune candy (is a delicious snack treat from Japan's Showa era has loved by all Japanese for decades. Inspired by the famous Japanese ramune drink, which has the glass ball inside the bottle, the word is based on the English word "lemonade." This is a great selection of candies, each individually wrapped and in five fruit flavors, a favorite for Japanese since 1979. Each candy contains many circular smaller candies inside the wrapping. So much fun to eat! Allergy info: this candy product is 100% free of allergens such as egg, milk, wheat, soba flour, peanuts, shrimp and crab.
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  • Kracie Puchitto Fruit Soft Candy -- Grape
    A fun and delicious treat from Japan's wacky confectionery company, Kracie, is always making interesting products, like the famous Popin' Cookin'. This very cool idea gives us a grape fruit snack that you can eat like a grape! Each grape shaped chewy fruit candy has many individual "grapes" you can pick and eat off the stem. Kids love these, because it feels fun to eat candy like real fruit, something we can attest to. A really great item for parties. Allergy information: This product contains milk and gelatin.
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    $2.20
  • Kracie Himo Himo Candy -- Soda Flavor
    A fun and delicious treat from Japan's wacky confectionery company, Kracie, is always making interesting products, like the famous Popin' Cookin'. This very cool idea gives us string shaped candy in two flavors (soda and cola) that you can tangle together to create a new flavor! Kids love these, because it feels fun to eat candy and play with it, something we can attest to. A really great item for parties. A wonderful treat from Japan. Allergy information: This product contains gelatin.
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    $1.60
  • Mirei Minami Nendoroid Figure Candy Alamode Cyalume Co-de   Co-de - PriPara
    From the fun idol anime PriPara, comes an adorable Nendoroid Co-de action figure featuring bubbly idol Mirei Minami! She comes in her kawaii idol outfit brimming with fun and cuteness with her singing pose. You can swap parts with the Mirei Minami Magical Clown Co-de figure for more fun posing options. Another awesome Nendoroid figure by Good Smile Company.
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    $20.00
  • UHA High Con. Milk 8.2 Candy -- Strawberry
    UHA is the king of complicated candies, never satisfied with simple tastes but creating new ones, and this strawberry flavored hard candy is no exception. Each individually wrapped candy piece has an outer shell of hard strawberry flavored candy with a center of creamy milk. A wonderful Japanese candy that lets you enjoy a perfectly blended strawberry flavored drink anywhere you want to go. Made with real concentrated milk. Another wonderful candy invention by UHA! Allergy information: This product contains eggs, milk, and soy. [Ingredients] Foods mainly made from sugar, starch syrup, powdered milk, fresh cream, sweetened condensed milk, butter, vegetable oil, milk etc., salt, strawberry puree, dextrin / acidulant, sweetener (xylitol, acesulfame K), fragrance, emulsifier, vitamin C, coloring agent (anthocyanin), thickening agent (gum arabic), seasoning (nucleic acid etc.), egg, milk, soybeans
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  • Peko-chan Milky Candy
    A wonderful treat which all of us at J-List love and recommend, this is the excellent Milky Candy from Fujiya, with the lovable Peko-chan on each wrapper. A delicious taste that's uniquely Japanese, Milky Candy is a delicious milk-flavored caramel. Each bag is large, and comes with 40 individually wrapped pieces. They're delicious, and you're eating a bit of Japanese history, too!
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    $3.50
  • UHA High Conc. Milk Candy
    From the UHA (Unique Human Adventure) snack company, this High Conc. Milk Candy (Condensed) is a sweet milky treat that goes down tasty and creamy with the goodness of 8.2% milk. They're not too big on skim milk over here, and this candy is no exception. Each piece of silky smooth condensed milk delight is 100% taste enjoyment, made from real milk cream and blended for a special taste that will leave you wondering why you don't live in Japan. Portable creamy joy. Each pack contains 12 pieces. Allergy information: Egg, Milk, Soy Bean [Ingredients] Sugar, liquid sugar, milk powder, cream, condensed milk, butter, salt, spices, emulsifier, acidulant, eggs, soybeans
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    $1.80
  • Sake Ame - Sake candy
    A great new treat for fans of wacky treats from Japan, this is authentic sake candy, made from "sake kasu," which is produced when making sake. A delicious bag of 24 sake-flavored hard candies, each individually wrapped, this is a fun and unique treat for you. A long seller at J-List for many years! Note: This does not contain alcohol. [Indredients] Sugar, liquid sugar, vegetable oils and fats
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    $2.80
  • Kasugai Charcoal Roasted Coffee Candy
    Here's a great new hard candy from the Kasugai candy company. A delicious treat of stone roasted coffee bean flavored candy. Wrapped in individual packets, these candies will stay fresh for a long time. Super delicious. Beloved by the entire J-List staff. Approximately 30 pieces per bag. Jun recommends! Allergy Information: Peanuts [Ingredients] Liquid sugar, sugar, coffee extract, coffee powder, vegetable oil, flavoring, emulsifier (soy-derived)
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  • Penguin Gummy Candy Maker
    Not only is this penguin cute, it is also a functional candy making friend! To make your own gummy candy you will need only three ingredients, fruit juice, powdered gelatin, and sugar. Mix 50ml (3.5 tablespoons) of juice and 10g (1/3 ounce) of powdered gelatin together. Heat in the microwave for 15 seconds, then mix in 2 tablespoons of sugar. Pour the mixture into the included candy molds and let it sit overnight in your refrigerator. There are three shape designs to use: animals, flowers, and candies. Instructions come with the package. A great, fun kitchen toy for the whole family.
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    $16.00
  • Bourbon Cubyrop Fruit Candy Collection
    Tired of chocolate sweets? Here's one consisting delicious fruit flavors to wake up your tastebuds - Bourbon's Cubyrop candies. Inside are individually wrapped hard fruity candies that's cut into bite sized cubes which comes with a variety of different flavors - lemon, peach, grape, boysenberry, grapefruit, green apple, strawberry and orange. Great for sharing with others. Allergy information: Orange, soybean, peach, gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, syrup, vegetable oil, grape juice concentrate, strawberry juice concentrate, orange juice concentrate, grapefruit juice concentrate, boysenberry juice concentrate, peach juice concentrate, lemon juice concentrate, acidulant, trehalose, perfume, vitamin C, coloring (red koji, carotenoids, anthocyanins, safflower yellow, gardenia), emulsifier (soy-derived)
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  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Cake Shop Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "cake shop" (cake-ya) candy making set that allows you to build your own "Cake Candy" to suit your tastes. Make soft-serve ice cream candy, too (known as "soft cream" in Japanese)! This Cake set comes with everything you'll need. A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy Information: Egg, Milk, Soy, Squid, Wheat, Peanuts, [Ingredients] Glucose, starch, sugar, wheat flour, vegetable oil, corn syrup, dextrin, milk protein, salt, calcium carbonate, flavoring, thickener (polysaccharide thickener, sodium alginate), sodium caseinate, coloring (caramel, vegetable dye , including carotenoids, safflower yellow, gardenia), emulsifying agents, expansion agents, brightening agents, milk components, soybean
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    $4.00
  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Sushi Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "sushi shop" (osushi-ya) candy making set that allows you to build your own "Sushi Candy" to suit your tastes. This sushi set comes with everything you'll need, a tray, spoons, rollers (to make your nori or "seaweed"), and of course special mixing powders to create rice, seaweed wrapping, ikura (fish eggs), maguro (tuna) and tamago (egg) sushi. With this set you can make a variety of sushi types from your typical nigiri zushi (sashimi resting on rice), gunkan zushi (gunship shaped) and even chirashi Zushi A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy information: Milk, squid, gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, glucose, vegetable oils and fats, starch, corn syrup, reduced starch syrup, milk protein, gelatin, dextrin, egg white powder, modified starch, flavoring, gelling agent (alginate sodium), calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, acidulant, baking soda, coloring (vegetable dyes, gardenia, squid ink dye, red yeast, Benikihana-Spirulina blue), sodium caseinate, emulsifiers, thickening polysaccharides, sodium pyrophosphate, glycerin, brightening agent, soybean
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    $3.80
  • Popin' Cookin' DIY Bento Candy
    One thing about Japanese snacks, it's not just something yummy to eat, it's an experience. Nothing puts us in a happier mood than this very cute "Bento candy making set that allows you to build your own "Bento" to suit your tastes. Make soft candy for lunch. This Bento set comes with everything you'll need. A great gummi candy that's worth the experience! Includes easy to follow picture instructions on the back of the box. By Kracie. Allergy Information: Egg, Milk, Soy, Squid, Wheat, Peanuts, [Ingredients] Sugar, glucose, starch, vegetable oil, corn syrup, lactose, dextrin, fermented milk, milk protein, egg white powder, processed starch, acidulant, calcium carbonate, flavoring, gelling agent (sodium alginate), coloring (squid ink dye , vegetable dyes, gardenia, spirulina blue, caramel, carotenoids, safflower yellow), calcium sulfate, sodium caseinate, sodium bicarbonate, sodium pyrophosphate, polysaccharide thickener, brightening agent, soybean
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    $4.00
  • New Traditional 'Dagashi' Bento - Hard and Soft Candy
    An amazing candy gift set that looks like a Japanese bento, but is actually a collection of traditional Japanese candies. For those who love those kompeito, these are decorative hard and soft candies from Kyoto. A simple treat that is also great for those who have sensitive stomachs or are allergic to other kinds of candies. A great example of dagashi, the traditional candy from Japan during the Showa Era.
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    $6.00
  • New Traditional 'Dagashi' Bento - Hard and Soft Candy
    We love selling authentic Kyoto candy from Japan's ancient capital, and our customers love eating them. This is a new "bento box" style box of these candies, which look like a Japanese boxed lunch, with a mix of hard and soft candy. Made by Sunshine in the Minami-ku region of Kyoto.
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    $6.00
  • Kracie Puchitto Soda Soft Candy
    A fun and delicious treat from Japan's wacky confectionery company, Kracie, is always making interesting products, like the famous Popin' Cookin'. This very cool idea gives us a soda soft candy snack that you can eat! Each bubble shaped chewy candy has many individual bubbles you can pick and eat off. Kids love these, because it feels fun to eat candy while playing, something we can attest to. A really great item for parties. Allergy information: This product contains gelatin and is produced in a facility that also processes wheat and milk. [Ingredients] Sugar, dextrin, vegetable oils and fats, gelatin, starch, sorbitol, acidulant, glycerin, emulsifier, flavoring, thickening polysaccharides, gardenia pigment
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    $2.20
  • Fuwarinka Rose Essence Soft Candy
    An incredibly unique taste, this is rose flavored soft candy by Kanebo with special healing benefits. Added vitamin C, it contains hyaluronic acid, an ingredient claimed to help prevent premature aging in the skin. It also contains a healthy dose of collagen to replenish the body's reserve of this necessary substance which is good to smooth out wrinkles in the skin, and it can even change your body odor, improving the natural fragrances of your body. This package contains about 12 dual-layered soft candies in a resealable bag for freshness. Treat yourself and your skin to this wonderful soft candy! By Kracie. Allergy: Milk, Wheat, Gelatin [Ingredients] Sugar, dextrin, vegetable oils and fats, reduced starch syrup, gelatin, starch, sorbitol, acidulant, vitamin C, pastes (gum arabic), perfumes, emulsifiers, purple sweet potato pigment, hyaluronic acid
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    $1.80
  • Kuro Ame -- Traditional Black Sugar Candy
    A wonderful traditional Japanese hard candy, this is "Kuro-Ame" (Black Candy), a famous Japanese treat loved by everyone since the 1860's. With a long history and a unique brown-sugar taste, this is a classical Japanese treat. One bag includes 22+ individual wrapped candies. A super item for fans of traditional 'dagashi' candy from Japan's Showa Period and before! Allergy information: Peanuts [Indredients] Sugar, liquid sugar, brown sugar (Okinawa), salt, caramel color, emulsifier, seasoning (amino acids)
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  • UHA Cream Soda Candy
    From the UHA (Unique Human Adventure) snack company, this high concentrated cream soda candy is a creamy soda treat that we think you will love. Each piece of candy is bursting with cream soda flavor, made from real cream soda and blended for a special taste that will leave you wondering why you don't live in Japan. Portable creamy joy. Each pack contains 10 pieces. Highly recommended!
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  • Moko Moko Toilet Candy 4
    Your friends will be shocked to see you eating candy from a toilet! To use, first assemble the toilet, like a mini figure. Next, add the special flavor powder to the back water tank of the toilet, then cover and lightly shake. Add water to the tank and wait for the toilet to foam over with flavor. Drink the delicious concoction with the included straw. Comes in cider, melon soda and strawberry flavor. Can be used for decoration after use, or eat other bizarre snacks like Kracie Neru Neru Nerune out of the toilet package. Another wacky item from Japan! Note: The toilet is scaled so that you can use it with anime figures you own, to build toilet-themed dioramas, if you're into that. Allergy information: This product contains traces of egg and milk.
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