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keatonatron wrote:chikara wrote:
Great idea for a very popular Japanese biscuit but I don't get the "march" part. Is this because they were first released in 3月?
Try translating it as "March of the Koalas".
Sorry I left the of my post. Given that Koalas live in trees and spend very little time on the ground the month of release theory seemed as valid as any. Furin has since pointed out that it refers to a marching tune.
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パン is AFAIK more popular than チョコ or candy in Japan. As far as the sweet varieties go:
are all big sellers at the convenience stores.
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Those commercials are priceless lol.
ハイチョ, if i spelt it correctly is something i bought here in America at a little Japanese restaurant and tasted like grape. Pretty good
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