Peko-Chan, the adorable little lip-licking girl with the pigtails, is a mascot for Fujiya, a company known for chocolates, among other things. She is famous in Japan and a beloved character. Peko-Chan can be found on the packaging of some of Fujiya’s snacks, such as the Milky products. On the packaging of the two Valentine’s Day products I’ve reviewed here you can also find Poko-Chan, the little boy on the packaging. These products are only available around Valentine’s Day.
Fujiya – Peko-Chan – Love Love Heart Chocolate
This adorable heart shaped chocolate has Peko-Chan’s face on it and two little hearts. I think it’s soo bad they don’t also sell a version with Poko-Chan’s face on it, maybe they will in the future.
As I expected the chocolate was creamy and tasted mainly of milk chocolate, because it mainly consists of milk chocolate. The pink chocolate tasted like strawberry white chocolate, but wasn’t very obvious, it wasn’t the most dominant flavour of the two.
Fujiya – Peko-Chan – Enpitsu
These seven milk chocolate pencils are wrapped in adorably decorated foil and packaged together in a Valentine’s Day box. Personally I love all the details on the foil and the different colours.
These pencils tasted like milk chocolate, creamy and tasty. They were shaped like actual pencils.
Both of these chocolate treats were definitely enjoyable, but the thing I loved most about them was how adorable their shapes and packaging were.