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Disney Fan's Choice: 18 Must-Have Sweets & Snacks Souvenirs of Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea!

Disney Fan's Choice: 18 Must-Have Sweets & Snacks Souvenirs of Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea!

Update: 7 October 2018

Souvenirs are a must when traveling to Tokyo, whether they are for yourself or friends and family at home. Another must for many a sightseer is a visit to Tokyo Disneyland, the theme park known to put a unique Japanese spin on classic Disney. Today, we sent an editor to the park who is quite a bit of a Disney maniac themselves, with the mission to comb the many adorable shops and stalls for the absolute must-have sweet souvenirs of Tokyo Disneyland!

StellaLou’s Assorted Cookies: Plus Super Cute Tin Box! (1,000 Yen)

StellaLou’s Assorted Cookies: Plus Super Cute Tin Box! (1,000 Yen)

Our first souvenir recommendation is an assorted set of cookies in a small tin box. Both Duffy and StellaLou adorn the outside as beautiful drawings, making it a keeper long after you’ve finished the tasty filling! Speaking of: look forward to munching twenty butter cookies shaped like Duffy and StellaLou. On top of that, the box features four star-shaped chocolate-and-butter cookies, as well as four ribbon butter-and-strawberry cookies. StellaLou’s Assorted Cookies are exclusive to Tokyo DisneySea!

Sold at: Galleria Disney (Tokyo DisneySea)

Duffy’s Candy (Strawberry): Put Accessories in the Box Once the Candy is Gone! (1,500 Yen)

Duffy’s Candy (Strawberry): Put Accessories in the Box Once the Candy is Gone! (1,500 Yen)

These strawberry candies are also limited to DisneySea. They come in an extraordinarily cute box that has Duffy popping out of a red duffel bag. Inside are 10 heart-shaped strawberry candies, individually packaged for easy snacking! It’s a cute souvenir all around.

Sold at: Galleria Disney (Tokyo DisneySea)

Duffy’s Candy (Black Tea): Cute Duffy Face Tin Box! (550 Yen)

Duffy’s Candy (Black Tea): Cute Duffy Face Tin Box! (550 Yen)

This Duffy candy and its reasonable price is a popular souvenir to give to friends or family. It features six tea-flavored candies in a cute tin box that looks just like Duffy himself. The bear’s pawprint can be found on the candy even hides Mickey’s head! The individual packaging makes these candies perfect to share. Limited to Tokyo DisneySea.

Sold at: Galleria Disney (Tokyo DisneySea)

StellaLou’s Assorted Chocolate: So Many Flavors! (1,200 Yen)

StellaLou’s Assorted Chocolate: So Many Flavors! (1,200 Yen)

Assorted chocolate in a tin box with a Duffy and StellaLou design. It includes fifteen pieces of chocolate shaped like Duffy, StellaLou, stars, ribbons, Duffy’s pawprint, and so on. The flavors are just as diverse, including milk, strawberry, lemon, Crème brûlée, and custard. Tasting your way through the entire assortment is amazing! Limited to DisneySea.

Sold at: Galleria Disney (Tokyo DisneySea)

Pasta Snacks: Crunchy and Savory! (Top: 850 Yen / Bottom: 550 Yen)

Pasta Snacks: Crunchy and Savory! (Top: 850 Yen / Bottom: 550 Yen)

This pasta snack set is the perfect souvenir for everyone who likes it savory! The version on the top photo is individually packaged: the bags adorned with Mickey and Minnie are tomato flavored, while the Donald and Daisy ones are salt flavored. In total, the large package contains five smaller bags.
The pasta snack on the bottom picture is a mix of Mickey shapes, Minnie shapes, and a curly kind. It’s a casual yet tasty snack to share with a large group of friends or your entire family!

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Osenbei (Rice Crackers): Crunch Crunch in a Tin Box! (1,080 Yen)

Osenbei (Rice Crackers): Crunch Crunch in a Tin Box! (1,080 Yen)

Osenbei (rice crackers) are a traditional and well-beloved snack in Japan. This version comes with nori (seaweed) garnish in the shape of Mickey’s head! The adorable tin box, looking just like the real rice cracker, features three kinds of osenbei: the one with seaweed, a simple one in the shape of Mickey, and a star-shaped one. This is a particularly fun snack souvenir because it carries a whiff of traditional Japan.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Tokyo Banana (Caramel Banana): Tokyo’s Most Popular Souvenir Meets Mickey! (1,300 Yen)

Tokyo Banana (Caramel Banana): Tokyo’s Most Popular Souvenir Meets Mickey! (1,300 Yen)

Tokyo Banana, sponge cake with delicious banana puree, is Tokyo’s staple sweet souvenir. Of course, Tokyo Disney Resort has its own limited edition of the famous goodie, boasting two layers of rich banana custard and caramel engulfed by soft sponge cake. Like Mickeys are imprinted on the outside, leaving no doubt as to where this souvenir is from!

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Baumkuchen: Mickey in a Layered Cake! (900 Yen)

Baumkuchen: Mickey in a Layered Cake! (900 Yen)

Baumkuchen is a German variety of layered cake that is incredibly popular in Japan. The Disney one comes in a cute box shaped like a house, offering a glance on Mickey and Minnie enjoying a cooking session together. The cake is infused with white chocolate and the characteristic hole in the middle is in Mickey shape as well. It boasts the gentle sweetness of the two of them hand-baking the cake, spreading a bit of happiness throughout your mouth with every bite!

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Maple Cookies: So Many Tiny Poohs! (490 Yen)

Maple Cookies: So Many Tiny Poohs! (490 Yen)

The package of these adorable maple cookies shows Winnie the Pooh floating over Disneyland as he hangs from balloons shaped like Mickey and Minnie. Inside are numerous cookies shaped like the bear himself, as large as the thumb of an adult person. They’re modeled with so much detail, it’s almost a waste to eat them – but once you start, it’s hard to stop!

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Minnie’s Chouquettes: an Adorable Pink Pot! (1,500 Yen)

Minnie’s Chouquettes: an Adorable Pink Pot! (1,500 Yen)

These chouquettes come in an exceptionally eye-catching pot! Its handle is shaped just like Minnie’s ribbon and the chouquettes inside are coated with flavorful caramel sauce. This sweet snack has a wonderfully crispy texture and a rich aroma, filling your entire mouth with the mellow sweetness of caramel from the first bite on! After you’ve snacked away the twelve chouquettes, you can use the adorable box to store all your precious little things.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Choco-In Cookies: a Sweet Marriage Between Cookie Dough and Chocolate! (460 Yen)

Choco-In Cookies: a Sweet Marriage Between Cookie Dough and Chocolate! (460 Yen)
Choco-In Cookies, 1,100 yen

The red packaging with a smiling Minnie immediately catches the eye of this must-try sweet souvenir. It features ten delicious cookies with a chocolate core, tickling your taste buds with a crunchy texture and mellow chocolatey heart! As an adorable extra, the stoppers of the package are in the shape of Minnie’s ribbon and they can be used even after you’ve finished all the cookies. The bottom picture shows five individually packaged bags with three cookies each, the best choice if you’re looking for something that can be shared among several people.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Chocolate Crunch: a Tokyo Disneyland Classic! (from 800 Yen)

Chocolate Crunch: a Tokyo Disneyland Classic! (from 800 Yen)
Chocolate Crunch, left: 800 yen, center & right: 1,200 yen

The Chocolate Crunch ranks reliably high on the popularity list of Tokyo Disneyland, mainly because of its wonderfully light crunchiness! Especially the tin can is a classic souvenir choice for many park visitors. However, the chocolatey snack comes in all kinds of sizes, tastes, and designs. The picture shows the 16-piece packaging on the left and the 24-piece packaging in the center and on the right.

Baked Chocolate Crunch, 1,800 yen

This is the baked type of the Chocolate Crunch, in the shape of Mickey’s head and in a transparent Mickey box. It features 18 pieces and is popular because it differs from the standard.

DIY Chocolate Crunch Kit, 1,000 yen

This is a rather unique souvenir, as it allows you to make the popular Chocolate Crunch by yourself at home! It features all necessary ingredients and, of course, the recipe! One kit is enough for 12 pieces.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Baumkuchen: Eat Chilled for Extra Tastiness! (1,400 Yen)

Baumkuchen: Eat Chilled for Extra Tastiness! (1,400 Yen)

This Baumkuchen (layered cake) comes in a packaging with Winnie the Pooh and his friends. We especially recommend chilling the cake before eating it, as that brings out the flavor and texture just perfectly! Also – if you put the entire box in the fridge, the cold temperatures will reveal a secret pattern of blue hexagons! One box features eight cake slices.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Popcorn: the Famous Park Popcorn, in Honey and Butter-Caramel Flavors! (900 Yen)

Popcorn: the Famous Park Popcorn, in Honey and Butter-Caramel Flavors! (900 Yen)
Honey Popcorn, 900 yen
Butter-Caramel Popcorn, 900 yen

The most famous specialty of Tokyo Disney Resort might be the flavored popcorn, sold at every corner in the parks! Popcorn buckets come in all sorts of designs, changing on a regular base, and avid park visitors never leave without a new popcorn bucket! This souvenir lets you take the taste of Tokyo Disney’s popcorn back home with you, evoking sweet memories of your trip. The top picture is the popular honey flavor with Winnie the Pooh on it, while the bottom picture shows butter-caramel flavor with Mickey and Pluto. The decorative cans make for cute storage containers once all the tasty popcorn is gone. One holds 100g of popcorn.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Assorted Sweets: The Famous “It’s a Small World” Goes to Candyland! (1,400 Yen)

Assorted Sweets: The Famous “It’s a Small World” Goes to Candyland! (1,400 Yen)

These assorted candies come in a beautiful tin can with “It’s a Small World” design! The classic attraction in Tokyo Disneyland has just been renewed in April 218. The box features star-shaped madeleines in both coffee and matcha flavor, macadamia nut cookies, and strawberry & orange cookies with notes adorning them. The fairy-tale-like packaging is also beautifully decorated on the inside, featuring a themed partition.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Financier Sandwich (Matcha Azuki Flavor): Japan’s Traditional Matcha & Sweet Red Bean Combination! (1,200 Yen)

Financier Sandwich (Matcha Azuki Flavor): Japan’s Traditional Matcha & Sweet Red Bean Combination! (1,200 Yen)

This tender financier sandwich features two of Japan’s most iconic flavors: matcha and azuki, sweet red beans. The taste is rather elegant, neither too bitter nor too sweet, and it matches a cup of coffee or tea just wonderfully. The paper box matches the vivid green of matcha tea and Mickey and his friends are drawn in a rather traditional style as well.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Maple Mini Pancakes: Tiny Pooh Bear on Delicious Bites! (1,300 Yen)

Maple Mini Pancakes: Tiny Pooh Bear on Delicious Bites! (1,300 Yen)

These yummy mini pancakes come in a beautifully hand-illustrated packaging that features Pooh Bear, Tigger, and Eeyore! Winnie the Pooh swings happily with Christopher Robin, perfectly representing the little bites of joy that await inside the box. There’s ten in total, perfect to be snacked all by yourself or shared with your loved ones.

Sold at: World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

Shop List
1) Galleria Disney (Tokyo DisneySea)

A large shop in Tokyo DisneySea. It features a lot of Duffy & Friends merchandise that is only available at Tokyo DisneySea.

2) World Bazaar Confectionery (Tokyo Disneyland)

A shop with an extensive selection that that focuses on sweets and snacks. Can be found in Tokyo Disneyland.

*The information in this article is as of June 2018.
*The items may change without notice. Please understand that items may be sold out.
*Business hours vary by shop. Additionally, shops may close early or be closed entirely for reasons such as traffic or weather.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.

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