It’s been 20 years since Japan’s first chocolate chip cookies were released in the country, and now the country is getting ready to celebrate the milestone.
The latest batch of chocolate chip confectionery is set to be released on March 2, and is being released in Japan at a cost of ¥1,200.
Japan is also planning a special chocolate chip event to mark the occasion.
The official website for the Japanese chocolate chip company, Japan Chocolate Co., says the confectioneries’ name is a reference to the Japanese name for the country: Chibi.
It also says the new confectioners are “chocolate chip” and that the ingredients used are a combination of ingredients that Japan traditionally uses for the chocolate chip market.
Japanese Chocolate Co. is a small chocolate maker that started in 2011, and it makes chocolate chips for several different brands.
It’s not clear whether the confections are a new batch, but the company’s website says they’re not sold at stores.
This is Japan, so we’re going to celebrate with the chocolate that’s been making it for 20 years.
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