My sister and I didn't get to our AirBnB until 3 AM--we were starving. The only place open was a 7-11 down the street. 7-11 in the States is the low standard of food/drink. I assume the same applies to the 7-11 in Japan, but given their ridiculously high standards--in practically everything--even their lowest standard can compete with our best. That's because their 'low' standards, aren't low at all. They are considerate of everything, even mass-produced snacks at 7-11 where the quality rivals Whole Foods. It's crazy. My sister and I went absolutely nuts over this place.
This sounded amazing, but wasn't. However, it wasn't bad either.
Little bites of high quality beef jerky. It was very clean-tasting, and not very greasy.
Weird combination, but delicous when grilled, which is how I usually have them.
These were my favorite chips while I was in Japan. I think the '3' indicates 3x the seaweed flavor.
A really light, low-fat snack.
Their sandwiches are perfect little morsels that help sustain you through your day. The bread is dense but soft. The eggs are perfectly cooked. I can eat a dozen of these.
Look at those perfectly cooked egg yolks.
Just $4 US for this ramen!
Ingenious packaging. The collagen-rich soup naturally congeals so that the fresh noodles can sit right on top without mixing until it is microwaved.
As good as my mom's best bao. The 'Premium' does taste better than the regular baos. I'm not sure why.