Universal Studios Japan is famous for all the fun Japanese snacks and candy that it offers throughout the year to all its customers who come to enjoy a day at the park. For our summer vacation, we went to visit this popular Japanese amusement park to see what all the fuss is about. We were not disappointed! We came across so many Minion themed foods that were so adorable. We just had to show them to our readers! Check out some of the awesome snacks below.
First up, we have these two snacks. The one of the left are three mochi, or soft rice balls, with different minion faces. These are also filled with banana custard. The larger one-eyed minion on the right is a cute pizza roll. It was difficult to eat these because they were so cute!
Next we have this Minion Light Bulb bottled orange soda drink. What we loved about this is that it is such a cute idea for a drink bottle. The kawaii minion design is just an awesome perk! We definitely snagged this to carry our water around the park all day.
This item is a cute minion filled with stewed pork. This bun is a type of rice bun that is popular throughout Japan, especially during the colder seasons. While this minion's face warmed our heart, his fillings warmed our stomachs!
This summery minion that is dressed up in a very Hawaiian attire is also a food container. However, what food do you think he contained? If you opened up his head you can would find a ton of scrumptious popcorn! Once you finish off the popcorn, this also doubles as a container for whatever you'd like to put inside it. How nifty is that!
So, what do you think of these minion themed items? Which would you get? Let us know in the comments below.
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