Candy & Snacks

Your One-Stop Shop for Candies, to Things You Would Find in a Pantry, and Japanese Toys (Toys That I Want)

It is a Japanese related company, so I initially read “pantry” as “panties,” and I did not even blink an eye at it #sukebe

There seems to be a number of monthly subscription services for Japanese candy and snacks, but has a new site where you can freely shop and buy items per item and whenever you want or are in need, nice.

It seems like such a common sense ecommerce site to have, but there are only a few like it that I know of which is also why I am doing a dedicated post about

Up front, I was not a big fan of JapanCrate, but I liked the basic correspondence I had with their SugoiMart rep (CG) which was enough for me to change my tune…. oh not to mention some free KitKats (I’m so easily bought if I like you/your company).

Feel free to peruse through the pantry drawer.

If only scratch and sniff online technology existed.

Now, you might see “toys” and think it’s for kids, but tell me how you could you not want these so called toys?


$30, the ultimate gift for yakitaori ya lovers.

If you’re in the food industry, or you know anybody that is, this would make a great gift (I should also say not only for chefs, but foodies, and bloggers too).

$24 for yakiniku lovers.

I just love how it’s a “toy,” yet it’s a toy that you can learn from. That is so Japanese, and it reminds me of the “entertainment” program I watched in Tokyo about benpi (constipation) and yes, I was quite entertained.

$24 for tonkotsu ramen lovers.

More people ought to learn their pig, cow, tuna, and chicken parts vs. calling everything “meat, meat, meat, and icky parts.”

$24 for that neighborhood sushi chef of yours.

Instead of feeding your sushi chef beers and sake that is slowly killing their liver and driving record, try getting them this tuna to butter them up.


I feel like a ho


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