Doraemon Treats Take Over The Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony


The latest additions to Bandai’s character-shaped sweet line feature two Doraemon-inspired treats based on Japanese confections commonly eaten during tea ceremonies.

The treats cost about 280 yen (US$2.50) each and can be found at Aeon Super Centers and Max Valu, Daei, and Aeon stores around Japan (excluding Okinawa) starting this week.

Take a closer look below.


The blue Doraemon contains a custard-flavored sweet bean paste.


The second treat is based on the Mini Doraemon and contains a milk-flavored sweet bean filling.


(via RocketNews)

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