|Exclusive T-shirt and other items from the Evangelion Store in Harajuku. I really like the designs on some the coffee mugs there.|
|Catbus and Jiji from the Ghibli Store.|
|A set of tempura food models from Kitchen Town or Kappenbashi. We bought individual tempura and assembled them into the set displayed in the photo.|
|Yamanote Line coin bank found at Yodobashi Camera in the Toys. This bank plays three different train station tunes and lights up when money is deposited.|
|Sushi Candy set where you make the candy from mix. Looks cool and tastes good.|
|A Mei and a super extended catbus from the Ghibli museum. The Ghibli museum shops have some exclusive merchandise.|
|Ramen noodles that you cannot buy here. I'll actually be doing a post on instant ramen in the future. This Raoh ramen from Nissin is a pretty deluxe bowl of ramen with real meat, bamboo shoots, and veggies.|
|Evangelion canned bread from the Anime Center in Akihabara. The plastic lids on top also have markings on them so you can cut a slit in them and use the can as a coin bank afterwards!|
|Close up of the can. Rei and Unit 00.|
|After you pull the top off. You see dessicant and a nicely wrapped bread. Has a very bready smell.|
|The bread - I think they actually bake it in the can.|
|You pull the bread out of the can by the paper.|
|You unwrap the bread.|
|Closeup of the bread.|
I was kind of skeptical about this bread myself. The Rei one was a strawberry flavoured bread and the other Unit 00 themed can was a plain bread flavour. The stuff has a shelf life of about 6 months and actually tastes pretty good. The texture of this bread is kind of like the cheaper / non-flakey croissants you can buy at the supermarket with a nice similar bready, croissant flavour. It was okay to eat and I'll pop the other one open before its expiry and chow down on it too.
Link to another post I did about Japanese Souvenirs.