Sunday, July 24, 2016

Imuraya Matcha Chocolate Monaka

     Today, my husband and I went to Seiwa, a Japanese supermarket in Costa Mesa. We bought a lot of Japanese foods today somehow. It's probably because we were hungry when we were there. Hunger makes you buy more! :)

     Most Japanese products in the U.S. are usually more expensive than ones in Japan, but Seiwa sells some Japanese products with pretty affordable prices. Today, I purchased this Imuraya Macha Chocolate Monaka (井村屋 抹茶 チョコ最中アイス) for 79 cents! It's the lowest price I've ever seen in the U.S.! It's also pretty hard to find this price in Japan!
Imuraya Matcha Chocolate Monaka (井村屋 抹茶 チョコ最中アイス)
        Imuraya is a very famous Japanese confectionery company and established in Mie prefecture, Japan in 1896. As I mentioned in my previous entry, their product was chosen as the official Japanese souvenir of the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in May this year. 

       I am glad that I can enjoy their delicious ice cream in the U.S. :)  If you love matcha or green tea, you should try this authentic Japanese ice cream! You can find Imuraya ice cream and mochi products at any Japanese supermarkets in the U.S. If you are in Japan, you can find more of their products at supermarkets and convenience stores there.
We had Imuraya Matcha Ice Cream in our car before going back to home! :)

     My entries related to Japanese sweets and snacks can be seen here.

      My entries related to Japan can be seen here.

     These are also my entries you might like.
■ Seiwa - New Japanese Supermarket in Costa Mesa

■ What I Bought at Japanese Supermarkets

■ 4 Japanese Candies and Snacks, Official Souvenirs of the G7 2016 Ise-Shima Summit

■ 2 Japanese Beauty Products, Official Souvenirs of the G7 2016 Ise-Shima Summit

■ Top 10 Most Popular Japanese Foods

■ My Top 15 Must Eat Foods in Japan - My Favorite Japanese Foods

■ Top 10 Products You Should Buy at Japanese Supermarkets (for Beginners!)

■ Top 10 Products You Should Buy at Daiso 

■ My Top 10 Favorite Japanese Sweets

■ My Top 10 Favorite Japanese Snacks

■ 8 Interesting Japanese Kitchen Gadgets!

■ Top 5 Life-Changing Japanese Beauty Products 

■ Top 5 Most Popular Japanese Bath Salt Brands 

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