Grilled Salmon-Flavored Candy

Akihabara News (Tokyo) — A Japanese candy company, UHA Mikakuto, has released Shiojake (salt-grilled salmon) flavored gummy candy. The product name is Puccho Shiojake.

It’s a collaboration product between their Puccho candy and Kirimi-chan, a salmon fillet-shaped Sanrio character. Indeed, welcome to Japan.

There are salmon flakes in the center of the candy – UHA Mikakuto pursue real salmon flavor fearlessly. It’s a super fishy candy so you might want to eat it with rice.

It is available for a limited time. Probably very limited.

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