Anko, or sweet bean paste
- Ichigodaifuku - Daifuku with strawberry
- Kusa mochi
Yōkan with chestnut.
Beans with salt are mainly taken with beer in the evening.
A package of regular Yan Yan
- Botan/Tomoe Ame
- Calpis Candy
- Chelsea (candy) – made by Meiji Confectionery in Japan
- gumi 100
- Milky (candy)
- Puré gumi candy - gummy candy with fruit purée made by KANRO Co., Ltd.
- Black Black
- Kiss Mint and Watering Kissmint
- Plus X
- Pure White
- whatta – chewing gum by Meiji Confectionery
- Matcha chocolate - chocolate containing matcha
- Apollo (chocolate) - chocolate in shape of Apollo command module
- Choco Baby
- Choco Ball
- Crunky kids
- DARS (chocolate)
- Every Burger
- Kinoko no yama - known as CHOCOROOMS in US
- Koara no māchi
- Pocky – known as Mikado in Europe
- Pucca Chocolate
- Takenoko no sato - known as CHOCOCONES in US
Ice cream & shaved ice
Green tea Kakigōri(left) and strawberry flavoured Kakigōri(right).
- Bōkun Habanero
- Jagarico, manufactured by Calbee.
- Kara Mucho and Suppa Mucho
- Kataage Potato
- Pote Long, manufactured by Morinaga & Company.
- Wasabeef - wasabi & beef flavoured potato chips
- Ototo - potato snack in shape of seafood.
- Onigiri, or rice ball can be eaten both as a snack and as a meal, by modern Japanese people. In Sengoku period, samurai ate large rice balls as a field ration during the war.
Small Onigiris convenient for snacks
Rice based snacks are known as beika (米菓).
Mixed and other
- Japanese instant noodles
- List of Japanese dishes
- List of snack foods by country
- Media related to Snack foods of Japan at Wikimedia Commons