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In this Japanese Snack Snippet we look at a tasty treat from Kansai, Japan.  YUM! YUM!

In this Japanese Snack Snippet we look at a tasty treat from Kansai, Japan.

Our Tokyo Pub Crawl turned out to be a lot of fun. We got to try lots of Japanese drinks such as sake, Hoppy and a double pint of whisky soda. We were taken to lots of Izakayas, all hidden Japanese bars. Ready to have an alcoholic adventure?

What to expect from a proper Tokyo Pub Crawl?

Want to experience the Tokyo nightlife? Then it's best to start by having an epic Tokyo pub crawl where you can experience amazing drinks and Japanese snacks.

Looking for an interesting snack?  How about some eel cookies?  Trust me, they taste better than they sound.  Check 'em out in this week's Japanese Snack Snippet!

Looking for an interesting snack? How about some eel cookies? Trust me, they taste better than they sound. Check 'em out in this week's Japanese Snack Snippet!

Ever heard of the Japanese snack Black Thunder? This cheap little treat is BIG on taste! ENJOY!

Ever heard of the Japanese snack Black Thunder? This cheap little treat is BIG on taste!

Another snack from the Kansai Region of Japan. These are Kobe Meisho Senbei.  How are they...well...umm...check out the video.

Another snack from the Kansai Region of Japan. These are Kobe Meisho Senbei.check out the video.

Going to try this... one of my favorites.  Yes I can get it in Chinatown, but if I could make it myself... YUM!

My Kitchen Snippets: Pak Thong Koh (Steamed White Cake) side snack dessert

I absolutely love cheesecake!! For you cheesecake fans out there, this Japanese Cheesecake is FREAKIN' AMAZING!!

I absolutely love cheesecake! For you cheesecake fans out there, this Japanese Cheesecake is FREAKIN' AMAZING!

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