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Find Your New Favorite Japanese Treats

It’s hard to find authentic Japanese snacks outside of Japan. That’s why we rounded up some of the most popular and hard-to-find favorites in one place.

With such a variety of Japanese snacks online to choose from like ramen, candies, cookies, curry, beverages, and sauces — we got you covered from ready-to-eat treats to savory midnight snacks and everything in between.

Our Japanese snack store includes brands like:

  • Acecook
  • Ajinomoto
  • Bandai Candy
  • Calbee
  • Ebari
  • Fujiya
  • Kameda
  • Maruchan
  • and many more!

Snacks Shipped Directly From Japan

Buying authentic Japanese snacks online has never been easier. We source every item from Japan and ship them directly to you from our headquarters in Osaka, Japan. Nothing is more legit than that.

Shop our Japanese treats today and take a bite out of the Land of the Rising Sun without having to board a plane or even leave your house!

Frequently Asked Questions

With so many incredible Japanese snacks online, having questions is understandable. Here are the answers to commonly asked questions about Japanese snacks.

What Are Some of Japan’s Most Popular Snacks?

Japan has so many amazing snacks! Many types of candy are popular throughout Japan, including gummies and chocolates. But Japanese people also enjoy savory snacks like rice crackers, miso, and many types of noodles. Enjoying all those snacks can work up a thirst, making Japanese coffees and teasgreat options.

What Are Inexpensive Japanese Snacks Called?

You’re probably thinking of dagashi, a name for inexpensive Japanese candies. Dagashi is comparable to what Americans call “penny candy.” Finding dagashi is a great way to stock up on some of your favorite Japanese candy.

What Was the First Japanese Snack?

Interestingly, the honor of the first Japanese snack also goes to dagashi. Around the 1600s, it wasn’t easy for the average Japanese family to afford such goods as expensive candies. So, they made their own from fruits and nuts. They referred to these early treats as dagashi.

What Japanese Snacks Do Americans Like?

Some of the most popular Japanese snack brands include Bandai Candy, Ensky, Futura, Heart, Sanrio, and Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. These snack brands are also popular with Americans because they often include toys based on authentic Japanese characters.