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Oishi Finds at the Japanese Food Fair in Rustan's Supermarket

Cherry Blossoms and Mt. Fuji are not the only good things that comes to mind when I think of Japan. It also includes the numerous amazing food finds and Japanese dishes. Luckily, some of these goodies are available at Rustan's Supermarket and they have an ongoing Japanese Food Fair until May 7.




There are a lot of oishi snacks to choose from such as Glico Pretz, Pucca, Kasugai Peanuts, and Hello Panda. Of course, one must never forget the amazing tasting Sanyo Foods Noodles.



Chocolate snacks are also available. Have your fill of Meiji Almond, or that kawaii Kinoko, a mushroom-shaped choco-biscuit snack, and the sweet and chocolatey Apollo Chocolate Strawberry.


Preparing Japanese dishes at home is also possible using condiments that are available at the Japanese Food Fair. Mizkan Rice Vinegar and Mizkan Flavored Distilled Vinegar are essential items in every Japanese kitchen.



There's also Bull Dog Tonkatsu Sauce and Bull Dog Worcester Sauce to add more flavors to your food.



These and more are available at the Japanese Food Fair and also available at the shelves of Rustan's Supermarket.

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