If you know the app, tsumtsum, which is super popular among young people in Japan, you will be interested in this pretty, fancy truffe.
This chocolate is named “Fancy Truffe”.
“fancy” in Japanese apparently means “fantastic”, you know, because they sound similar to us.
Thanks to American cultural influence, we have tons of words borrowed from English, but sometimes we get it wrong.
Miniature Disneylike characters are printed on the package.
Japanese girls love them as crazily as hooligans.
Well, I have to say I exaggerated it a little.
I googled the definition of truffe chocolate, since I was not quite sure where the word comes from.
Apparently it is just a matter of shape.
I think there is possibility that chocolate makers wanted to make it sound “fancy” when people hear about the chocolate.
And it tastes good!good!! Nothing to complain.
I recommend you to eat it in a warm room, since the chocolate becomes a bit softer and milder.
-Nutrition facts (per box (7 pieces))
soy is also included.
*Made by the machine which make other product includes flour.
Name: Fancy Truffe [milk] ”ファンシートリュフ＜ミルク＞”
Price： 200 JPY
Where you can buy: Grocery store, convenience store etc.
[as of Jan 2016][PR]