We just had an awesome review of some of the Epcot Japan pavilion’s more unique snacks, but today we’ve got something a bit different for you from the Mitsukoshi Department Store!
A while back, Heather and I were exploring the Japan pavilion when the idea struck that we must compile a portfolio of these fun, food-centric greeting cards and postcards!
First up, a few fruit-focused cards… the watermelon and pineapple ones have a little move-able, pull-out feature and wish the recipient “Happy Summer”! (Ah… seems so far away right now, doesn’t it?!)
This little monkey with a banana is kind of awesome. Must-share.
Next up — a whole series about what looks like relatively sad tofu cubes. Even the rock-star tofu cubes have a somewhat chagrined look on their faces. From my research, Tofu Oyako is pretty popular!
And there’s a whole section of sweets-focused cards as well. Things like cake, soda pop, and ice cream are represented here.
I’m pretty sure the girl in this card is me, since I live in Texas, love Orange soda, and always wear my bikini and braids. (HA!)
Apparently there’s much love for the baker here, eh?
Either way, I think these are fun! And don’t forget that you can send mail directly from Disney World! Every park and resort has a mailbox. My favorite is the one on the corner of Main Street USA.
What fun food finds have you come across in Japan’s giant department store in Epcot? I could spend hours in there!!