It seems that, because of the internet, a number of people know of the myriad of Kit-Kat flavors in Japan.
Click here to read of the posts I’ve written about them.
But many other products, both Japanese and foreign, are sold in unique flavors in Japan.
For example, Coca-Cola and Pepsi-cola. (Click here to see the posts I’ve written about them.
Also, potato chips, chocolates and other snacks…as well as sandwiches and beverages (besides the colas I’ve mentioned above) come in a variety of flavors here.
Japanese pizza and crepe have unique “only-in-Japan” toppings sometimes.
Maybe I’ll write a blog post about some of those one day.
But today, since the weather is getting warmer, I decided to write about a Japanese ice-pop (or アイスキャンデー (ice candy) as it’s known in Japan) that is very popular here in the summer.
It’s called 「ガリガリ君」 (“Gari-Gari-kun“)
Japanese 「ガリガリ君」 (“Gari-Gari-kun”) ice-pop. (This one is “Soda flavor”).
In America, the “Popsicle” brand ice-pop (ice candy) is the most popular…in Japan, it’s “Gari-Gari-Kun“.
And, just like a lot of other snacks here (such as “Kit-Kat“), Gari-Gari-Kun is sold in a wide, diverse variety of flavors.
Here are a few examples:
Tiramisu (Italian dessert) flavor “Gari-Gari-Kun” ice-pop.
みかん (Tangerine) flavor “Gari-Gari-Kun” ice-pop.
Grapefruit flavor “Gari-Gari-Kun” ice-pop.