Limited number of spring panda-themed Japanese crackers selling at Ueno station!

07.March.2019 | Uncategorized

From Friday 15th March, Ecute Ueno, which is a shop located inside Ueno station, will be selling a limited number of spring panda-themed Keishindo shrimp crackers for the first time!

 

Panda no Tayori (Spring) 5 individually wrapped crackers ¥648/8 individually wrapped crackers ¥1,080/16 individually wrapped crackers ¥2,160 (prices include tax)
Sold at:Ueno Ecute (Inside Ueno Station ー open for a limited time only)

 

These senbei crackers are packed tightly with shrimp flavour. The crackers are decorated with the image of a panda and a panda cub watching the spring cherry blossoms.

 

It is not only the rich flavour of the shrimp cracker that makes it so appealing but also the vivid colours and prints. The inks used for the prints use natural ingredients for their colours such as red yeast rice and cape jasmine. Whoever you give this to as a present can rest assured they are consuming healthy ingredients. 

 

 

Tokyo fried shrimp (Tokyo-limited) 5 individually wrapped  ¥540/10 individually wrapped ¥1,080/ 20 individually wrapped ¥2,160 (tax included) 

 

There is also another standard product for sale. This senbei cracker is filled with shrimp paste flavouring and then flash fried. As a famous Tokyo treat, the packaging is also decorated colourfully and the design is rather popular.

Ebi Zukushi 6 packets + 2 trays ¥2,160/ 11 packets + 2 trays ¥3,240/ 13packets + 4 trays ¥ 5,400 (prices include tax)

Keishindo’s unique shrimp products are a one and only, allowing you to indulge in a variety of shrimp flavours including Japanese shrimp, sweet shrimp, shiba shrimp, botan shrimp and aka shrimp.

These are not only the perfect Tokyo souvenir, but also a great way to thank your host when you visit someone. If you’re interested, definitely try them out!

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    Toei Animation Museum

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    Comment: Eita Nagayama

    Eita Nagayama | Photographer: Mika Ninagawa

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    Comment: Tori Matsuzaka

    Tori Matsuzaka | Photographer: Mika Ninagawa

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    Comment:Ryota Katayose (GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE)

    Ryota Katayose | Photographer: Mika Ninagawa

    What impressed me most about shooting with Mika was how quick she was when we started. But there was absolutely nothing stressful about it. We were chatting naturally, and before I knew it, the shoot was over. The Warui Otoko pages have been a buzz on social media, so I remember how happy I was when I found out I’d be part of it. But in all honesty, when I look at it now, I think how childish I looked <laughs>. If I get the chance again, I want to make myself look even more like a ‘Bad Boy.’”

    Takumi Saitoh | Photographer: Mika Ninagawa

    “When this serialisation was released in book form, it garnered attention with the ladies, and orders skyrocketed on online book shops! Prints for additional copies were decided before it even went on sale. The volume is a keeper, and has stirred the imaginations of girls, so check it out.”

  • Raise Your Own Sky Lantern at New Greenpia Tsunan in Niigata

    25.February.2020 | SPOT

    New Greenpia Tsunan, a resort facility in Tsunan, Niigata, is holding an exciting sky lantern event every day until March 31, 2020.

     

    The sky lantern event is held every winter at New Greenpia Tsunan, and has returned again for 2020. It began in 2012 as a means of showing respect for and praying for the revival of disaster-stricken areas, such as the areas affected by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, the Nagano and Niigata earthquake, and so on. Every year, couples and families come together to put their prayers and wishes into the lanterns before letting them go into the night sky. The countless lanterns raised at once soar up high and light up the black cloak of the night like burning stars.

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    If you’re travelling in or around Niigata in Japan this year, then don’t miss New Greenpia Tsunan’s very special winter event.

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