Updated: November 06, 2018
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Perfect For Souvenirs! Visit Tokyo Okashi Land For Cute Souvenirs From Tokyo!

Tokyo Station

Tokyo station has many attractions and shops inside the station, and one of the streets is called Tokyo Okashi Land. Okashi means snacks in Japanese, so you can find famous Japanese snacks such as Jagarico and Pocky, but in limited edition flavors that you can only purchase at Tokyo station! It is a perfect place to find gifts and souvenirs, but they also have some food stands that you can enjoy at the spot!

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Calbee Plus

In Tokyo Okashi land, there are three shops which are the three main snack companies in Japan. One is Calbee, and they are famous for their potato chips and snacks like jagarico. They sell potato snacks in cute packages and also sell stationaries and other goods with the jagarico design.
This is the Jagarico curry flavor, that you can only purchase at Tokyo station. Jagarico is a very popular snack in Japan and perhaps overseas as well, and it is a potato snack that is shaped like a french fry. The common flavors are salad and cheese, but you can find various regional flavors at this store in small packages. Perfect for souvenirs!
If you are a little hungry, you can try this new-style french fry, and the chocolate covered potato chips. The french fry is a Jagarico taste french fry and tastes like nothing I have ever eaten before! It is super addictive. And the chocolate covered potato chips is also very interesting to try. The sweet taste of chocolate and the salty potato chips actually match very well! Definitely worth a try!

Morinaga Candy Shop

Morinaga is another famous Japanese snack company that is famous for snacks like Choco ball and Hi-Chew. This is the first antenna shop of Morinaga, so you can find rare snacks produced by Morinaga that is hard to find in other places.
They have regional flavor Hi-Chews and other limited edition snacks that you can buy to treat yourself or as a souvenir. But, I found this "Kyoro-ben" super cute and very Japanese. There are 7 snacks and sweets inside a bento box and even comes with a chopstick!

Glicoya Kitchen

Glico is a snack company based in Osaka, and the big Glico sign in Dotonbori, Osaka is a famous tourist spot. They are famous for snacks like pocky and have a lot of chocolate snacks that have been eaten by Japanese people for many years. You can enjoy just-made almond chocolates made at the store.
But, they also have many Tokyo station limited edition snacks. The most popular is the rainbow pocky that comes in a jumbo size. It would be a perfect souvenir that is cute, special and unique!

Lastly..

If you have some time at Tokyo station, try visiting Tokyo Okashi Land! You will be in Okashi heaven and you will find many Japanese snacks that you have never seen before!

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