Chances are, you have probably tried something matcha flavored before arriving in Japan (or, at the very least, seen an Instagram picture of it). However—there is nothing quite on the level of Matcha found in Japan.
Read on to learn all about the matcha treats you have to try when you visit Japan; since Japan is one of the matcha centers of the world, there's a lot you have to try! Once you give the article a read feel free to message us any questions directly for information on all things Japan.
The name doesn't lie - these Japanese treats feature a "melt in your mouth" chocolate square filled with a whipped matcha cream. They are very popular in Japan, and are usually given as a gift to someone special. Meltykiss are a must try, but be warned - you might try to eat them all!
A local variation of the internationally popular cookie, Matcha Oreos are everywhere in Japan. Be sure to grab a bag of these bite-sized cookies. These Oreos look just like the cookies you know and love, but instead sandwich a bright green, matcha infused cream. Dip them in Matcha tea for an even better experience.
This is the go-to snack for anyone craving something sweet in Japan. These are thin biscuit sticks covered in a matcha flavored chocolate. There are several flavors of Matcha Pocky in Japan - from crunchy to smooth. Be sure to try them all, and stock up on some to bring home for friends and family.
Takenoko No Sato are famous Japanese cookies that are made to look like bamboo shoots. They are very popular, and the matcha flavor is delicious. If you pass a box in a store, be sure to pick some up.
Dars are the most popular chocolates in Japan, so of course, they make a Matcha variety. Taste matcha with every bite of these rich chocolates. They also make a variety that is chocolate with a matcha filling.
Mochi is almost a famous as matcha, so of course, the two things have been combined! Do not leave Japan without trying one of these green
Starbucks has an entire line of matcha products in Japan. Included are the classic (albeit, more authentic) matcha lattes you can get in the sore, and little "to-go" cups that can be found in most grocery and convenience shops. If you are looking for a quick and delicious caffeine boost in the morning, simply pick one up!
Finally, everyone's favorite - Matcha Kit Kats! These are the
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