Fukuoka’s Niwaka Senpei has been around since 1906 where it started selling its biscuits next to the Hakata train station. Still using the same recipe that’s existed for over a century, this collaborating sees Dragon Quest‘s Slime mascot in biscuit form and shape as the commemorative box plays off both the Niwaka Senpei mask logo and the Slime’s facial expression.
Those interested can head over to the dedicated site where each box sells for ¥756 JPY (approximately $7 USD). Check out the video below to see how Niwaka Senpei makes it traditional Japanese snacks.
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