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Chidoriya Boutique Snack Store

by Shigeki Abe September 22, 2014 1 Comment

Chidoriya Logo


Chidoriyais a well known snack store in Japan.  Established in 1630, they began selling snacks when the Portuguese brought western baked cakes to Japan.

Japanese Snack Store

Japanese Snack Store


This particular store is in Fukuoka, Japan (where my grandparents are from).  Everything is well packaged and meticulously laid out.  When you walk in, they even offer you free tea and a taste of some of their delicious treats.

Tirolian

They sell dozens of different types of snacks, but are most known for their "Tirolian" which are cream filled thin crepe cigars

They also sell assorted snack boxes which are perfect as gifts.  The gift boxes are all nicely arranged and each snack is individually wrapped.

Take a look at some of their other scrumptious treats here!

Shigeki Abe
Shigeki Abe

Founder of Snakku; Born in Tokyo and raised in New York, Shigeki has always traveled and explored the world through food.


1 Response

Danielle
Danielle

January 28, 2016

I devoured all of the Tirolian cookies that were in this month’s box! They were so delicious and I want more!

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