Japanese character confectionary series Tabemas are releasing the third product in their line of ‘Tabemas Mochi’ sweets which is red bean paste inside mochi.
Named ‘Tabemas Mochi Kirby’s Dream Land,’ the new confections feature the characters Kirby and Waddle Dee from the game Kirby’s Dream Land and will be available at all Lawson branches across Japan from November 20 (except Natural Lawson and Lawson Store 100 stores).
Kirby and his cute, but weak, foe “Waddle Dee” are two very popular and instanstly-recognisable characters and are now available as edible mascot characters.
Both characters have their whole body made from Japanese confectionary. Kirby is made from pink mochi, and Waddle Dee from orange mochi, with each having 4 diﬀerent faces including smiling, sleeping, and a secret one, too. These lovable characters are made of soft and chewy mochi. They are all packaged randomly with a possible 16 combinations available. Which Kirby and Waddle Dee will you?
The soft and chewy mochi is matched with cream inside, with Kirby’s ﬂavour being custard cream and Waddle Dee’s ﬂavour being caramel cream. Kirby and Waddle Dee have their feet made of Japanese confection called nerikiri. Grab and enjoy these lovely sweets♡
Tabemasu Mochi Krby’s Dream Land
Flavours: Kirby (custard cream), Waddle Dee (caramel cream)
*Each character feature four face types (including a secret type)
Price: 2 Pieces – ¥280 (Tax Included)
Available: From November 20, 2018
Store: Chilled desserts section of Lawson convenience stores across Japan
*Not aavailable at Natural Lawson or Lawson Store 100.
*While supplies last.
*Select branches may receive the product stock at a diﬀerent dates.
*Select branches are not stocking the product.
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