Japanese people love custard pudding! We call it “purin,” and have a wide variety of purin in Japan.
Pastry shops and bakeries often have their original flavored purin that are made from brand-name eggs and milk or local specialties.
This purin is Patisserie TeenKarbel’s “edamame bean purin.” It is cute and very summery.
Balloon purin is a fun dessert. When you pop it with a toothpick, milk pudding comes out!
At supermarkets and convenience stores, you can find different brands’ purin.
These purin are all from a convenience store. I think you can tell how Japan loves purin by seeing the variation (^_^)
Domremy’s “Torokeru Double Purin” is one of the popular convenience store & supermarket bought purin. It consists of milk pudding and custard pudding.
“Purin Shake” is for a quick dessert time. You have to shake it before eat (or drink) it, or it won’t come out.
Purin flavored sweets and candies are also loved here.
Purin flavored Haagen-Dazs ice cream sandwich.
Purin flavored KitKat and…
Black tea purin flavored KitKat.
If you are interested, please read “Delicious x Unique Japanese KitKat” and “14 Photos of Japanese Haagen-Dazs’ Fancy Flavors” too.
This is JAPAN Style!
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