- Nicole CVery cute little sweets/dagashi shop! It's actually easier to shop here for a lot of common dagashi vs the Mega Don Quixote in the Shinsekai area. I did a lot of shopping during my Japan trip and the prices in this shop were very consistent with other places (all the same, not overpriced at all). There's supposedly a second floor but it was closed when I was there. I love umaibo so it was a really fun visit, I also picked up a bunch of dagashi I never tried before.
- Sengoku D“Umai” means savory or yummy in Japanese. And that's exactly what Umaibo brand sweets are. They are stick-shaped snacks with over 60 flavors already produced. In addition to being tasty, it has visually fun packaging. This store in Shinsekai, in addition to sweets and other goodies, also sells souvenirs such as t-shirts and toys of its mascot Umae-mon, in addition to Umami-Chan and Umichael, who also represent the manufacturing company: Yaokin.
조병훈(Translated by Google) Umaibong sells various souvenirs (ballpoint pens, key chains, T-shirts, hats, snacks, etc.), and 2nd Chung sells Pringles-related souvenirs. If you come to Tongcheongak, it would be a good idea to stop by. (Original) 우마이봉 관련 다양한 기념품(볼펜, 열쇠고리, 티셔츠, 모자, 과자 등)을 판매하고, 2충은 프링글스 관련 기념품을 판매하고 있습니다. 통천각에 오시면 한번 들리면 좋습니다.