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11 Irresistible Winnie The Pooh Goods - Only At Tokyo Disneyland!

Who doesn't love the adorable smile and fluffy physique of Winnie the Pooh? As he has many fans in Japan as well, this time we will tell you about Tokyo Disneyland's Winnie the Pooh goods you can add to your special collection.


As you might already know, there are a whole lot of extraordinary characters in Tokyo Disneyland. One such memorable character, extremely popular with the ladies is Winnie the Pooh, with his charming smile and a lovable, fluffy physique. This time, we will introduce some of Winnie the Pooh goods you can find only in Tokyo Disneyland!

Ideal Gifts! Winnie the Pooh Sweets

No.1: Senbei Crackers

Winnie the Pooh goods

Take a look at this cute package – it contains senbei (rice crackers), and you will find 30 of them packed in this box. You can enjoy three different flavors of these lovable crackers – salty, salty-sweet, and Pooh’s favorite – honey and soy sauce flavor!

No.2: Cookies

Winnie the Pooh goods

Behold Pooh’s cookies, with Pooh’s face, his honey jar, and more. The tin contains 24 cookies, making it a real treasure chest, and you can get them for 950 yen after tax. Even the tin itself is extremely lovable, just like Pooh himself, so you can reuse it for storing small objects and other precious things of small size afterwards.

No.3: Chocolate

Winnie the Pooh goods

It is impossible to miss this box with Pooh’s face – even more so when you find out it contains 14 pieces of yummy white chocolate inside! You can get the whole set, with both the case and the chocolate in the same shape, for 1440 yen after tax. Just imagine the look on your friends’ faces if you gave them this adorable present!

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