Each end shows the little candies, just slightly larger than real life. I must mention though the wonderful smell when I opened up the neat little tube though.. so fresh and fruity :D, Also wanted to mention, that being in BC, Canada.. most of our really interesting Japanese snacks, are available online only.. although you can always find Hi-Chew’s and Soy rice crisps. . It’s like chewing on a fresh strawberry preserve ... but without the seeds. Got a bunch of everything (Apple, Peach, Strawberry, Muscat, and Mix) in Chinatown. I’ve had these before, one of my co-workers loves to bring in new finds from her local Asian market and shared some with me. How funny, I always see the milk chocolate strawberry version in the Asian markets out here, but never this white chocolate/mulit fruit one. Seriously stand on any street and look down it either direction. Treat yourself or share them with your friends and family! Candy Critic - an exhaustive site of candy reviews from Canada, Collecting Candy - Jason shares his immense collection of candy wrappers and historical perspective to confectionery, The Candy Enthusiast - Sera's intricate notes & fabulous pictures of candy from around the world, Candy Gurus - Matty, Scotty & Jonny put candy to the test - it can be harsh but all done with love, Candy Professor - Yes, a real professor writes about candy and its place in American history, Candy Yum Yum - Patti's thoughts on candy as a writer and professional taste tester, Chocablog - UK based group blog with chocolate reviews from all over Europe. These round chocolate covered gummy pieces are a big hit in Japan! Buy Meiji Gummy Choco - Apple by Meiji with FREE shipping! Sweets Obsessed Twitter List - many of the above candy aficionados also maintain awesome Twitter postings, you can follow along here. But I gobbled them up before I could take any pictures. but whatever, imma give peach a try, I HOPE ITS GOOD. Shop Japanese Chocolate Candy & Snacks and other super cute kawaii things at Blippo Kawaii Shop! They’re available at HMart in Vancouver and Aberdeen Centre in Richmond but the price is around $3.99 a tube… and if I eat too many I feel a little sick. It’s so good and gets really addicting…, I found some of these at a grocery store around my area that has all sorts of imports recently. That is over four feet of sweet and sour gummy goodness. I haven’t seen them in the States, but here are some more versions on Flickr. I did bring them home for my boyfriend to try.. he was quite interested at the texture, but quite enjoyed them from what I picked up. $ 2.90. (more) Basically, I love these. Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. Thanks for that !! then one day as i was perusing around the candy aisle in china town, i stumbled upon gummy chocos… The candy shell is beautiful, the packaging is beautiful, and the the candy is fruity and chewy and all around excellent. they were really good, but i felt that the jujube to chocolate ratio was way too low & the chocolate tasted really cheap. Delivery Options. Jennifer B on 8/07/09 at 9:20 pm, Comment by It was $2.99. Yum! Each piece of candy is covered in rich chocolate. there are sooooo GOOD! $ 4.50, Now only I justified it by telling myself I will only have a few a day…, Wooo I got it at Lion Market today. xtinelicious on 12/02/08 at 12:47 pm, Comment by see all. I am trying to find a decent priced store for these so any help would be nice!!! Meiji Cho Himo Q Gummy String. YUM! Carleene on 12/27/08 at 4:27 pm, Comment by Shop Japanese Chocolate Candy & Snacks and other super cute kawaii things at Blippo Kawaii Shop! Amaryllis on 6/26/09 at 4:10 pm, Comment by These are delicious. I think they’re hats, or someone’s dipped their heads in chocolate. I can never decide on what flavor i should get so i always decide on the Orange, Strawberry, and Muscat flavored tube. I especially enjoy your Japanese candy reviews. :D I think I am going to try the apple one next teehee. The handy little box is filled with chewy strawberry flavored gummy pieces covered in a rich chocolate shell.