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Data of TOKYO BANANA miitsuketa

Product NameTokyo Banana “miitsuketa”
Content by volume4-packs, 8-packs, 12-packs, 16-packs
ManufacturerGrape Stone M Corporation Tokyo Banana World
Manufacturer’s address5-6-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Raw materialsBanana Cream (Starch Syrup, Banana Paste, Skim Milk Powder, Sugar, Banana Puree, Vegetable Oil, Egg Yolk, Wheat Flour, Gelatin, Liquor), Egg, Sugar, Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil, Emulsified Oil, Dried Egg White, Modified Starch, Seasoning (Amino acid), Emulsifier (Soy origin), Baking Powder, Sorbitol, Flavor, Sodium Acetate, Carotene pigment
best if eaten by this date7days
Storage MethodStore in a cool place away from direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
Box sizeWidth 20.5cm x Depth 23.3cm x Height 3.8cm
famous production areaGinza, Tokyo
Sales LocationsNew Chitose Airport, Shizuoka Airport, Fukuoka Airport, Hiroshima Airport, Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport), Kansai International Airport, Central Japan International Airport, Narita International Airport, Morioka Station, Omiya Station, Shinagawa Station, Shinyokohama Station, Tokyo Station, Ueno Station, JR Akabane Station, Chigasaki Station, Ebisu Station, Fujisawa Station, Ikebukuro Station, Maihama Station, Shinjuku Station, Tachikawa Station, Yokohama Station, Ebina SA, Ishikawa PA Kohoku PA, Miyoshi PA, Moriya SA, Shobu PA, Umihotaru PA, Daimaru Tokyo Store, Odakyu Department Store Machida Store, Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store, Sogo Yokohama Store, Tokyo Solamachi, Odaiba, Basta Shinjuku, Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Tower

What is Tokyo Banana “miitsuketa”?

Tokyo Banana “miitsuketa”, wrapped in a pale yellow wrapper with an eye-catching illustration of a cute banana wearing a ribbon, is a confectionery popularly known as “Tokyo Banana”.

It is sold at Tokyo Station and airports and is one of the most popular souvenirs from Tokyo.

Tokyo Banana” was first sold in 1991.

The development of “Tokyo Banana” began with the idea of “creating a candy that everyone would enjoy as a souvenir of Tokyo,” and after considering various ingredients, banana was chosen as a flavor that would please everyone from small babies to the elderly.

Bananas are now readily available, but there was a time when bananas were a coveted snack that was hard to come by.

Bananas are also something that everyone feels familiar and nostalgic about, like taking them on field trips or peeling them yourself, so they have been familiar to us since we were kids.

We thought that this “everyone” feeling of nostalgia would be appropriate for souvenirs from Tokyo, where people of all ages, professions, and personalities gather.

The naming of the product is also ingenious.
The reason we chose “Banana” instead of “Banana” was to make it more approachable by giving it a name that evokes the image of a pretty girl.

This idea has struck a chord with many people, both those who visit Tokyo and those who return to the countryside from Tokyo, and on holidays there are long lines at the sales counter in Tokyo Station.

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