Can you eat them? Conan and Akai from the popular anime “Detective Conan” are now wagashi!


They look so cute that you might hesitate to eat them, but they are Japanese sweets with the motifs of Conan Edogawa and Shuichi Akai, characters from the popular anime “Detective Conan. TABEMASU (Eatable Mascot) Detective Conan 2021: Conan Edogawa” and “TABEMASU (Eatable Mascot) Detective Conan 2021: Shuichi Akai” are now on sale at Seven-Eleven stores nationwide.

“Conan” and “Akai” as wagashi!

The “TABEMASU” series of wagashi confections that use red bean paste, sugar, and glutinous rice flour to represent characters has a new release with a Detective Conan motif. The main character “Conan Edogawa” and FBI agent “Shuichi Akai” of the anime “Detective Conan” are depicted using glutinous rice paste.

Conan Edogawa’s trademark jacket and red bow tie are recreated in a pop-like style, and finished with a gentle sweet custard flavor. Shuichi Akai, on the other hand, was selected for the chocolate flavor, and his monotone outfit and hat were also expressed in a cute way.

Both of them are so cute that it would be a waste to eat them, as they sit on the plate and stare at you. They are available in limited quantities, so be sure to grab one when you see them.


TABEMASU (Eatable Mascot) Detective Conan 2021

【Release Date】 Apr 23 (Fri), 2021
【Store】 To be sold in the chilled sweets section of Seven-Eleven stores nationwide.
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