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Japan's Natural Lawson Convenience Store Sells Cube-Shaped Treats

 - Aug 29, 2017
References: e-map.ne.jp & en.rocketnews24
Exclusively at Natural Lawson convenience stores in Japan, consumers may now purchase unique dessert cubes that boast unique looks, tastes and textures.

Although the Ramune-kan and Lemon-kan desserts may look somewhat liquid in appearance, they boast a firm, gelatinous texture that is actually quite solid. While the Ramune-kan dessert takes cues from the popular Ramune soda from Japan, the Lemon-kan variety has a slice of citrus at its center. The gelatinous upper portions of these desserts are translucent, but the bottoms of these desserts are formed by a solid white meringue base, which makes for an interesting contrast in taste and appearance.

These desserts are packaged into individual containers for easy grab-and-go snacking at the convenience store chain across Japan.