Giant packs of kinoko no yama and some Big Apollo as well. Oldies but goodies.
I took a few photos of the Yokote convenience store on my recent visit to Akita-ken. The photos in the store I had on my iPhone and have shown some here. The photos outside were on my Nikon camera. The outside photos I already downloaded to my hard disk and last night it broke. I can’t boot my computer up today and am trying to retrieve the data so until then the iPhone photos are all that is left. The in store photos give a good look at some of the snacks available, so hopefully you can enjoy.
The Premium Single chocolate with Madagascar Milk and Dominican Bitter.
Plenty of chocolate snacks. I grabbed a few of these for the train ride home.
EVA snacks for watching the movie with.
That looks like a bottle of expensive champagne lying on the shelf in this convenience store.
the glico cow gets in on the act here for some banana ' lait chocolate snacks.
Cafe 'o lait chocolate snacks from Glico.
Carubonara tasting potato chips. I should have bought a pack of these when I saw them. They were in the conbini at Yokote, but I bought some different chips instead. Still wanting to know what these tasted like if anyone has tried them.
Some of the great and famous from the Meiji Era shown here in a collectors box.
Fuwamaki from Borubon giving you a coffee and milk roll cake. I like the picture of the cow.
If I can get the other photos of my hard disk I will post them next week.
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