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Watapachi

Meiji

Taste: 3.5

Texture: 4

Novelty: 4

All scores out of 5

Normally I don't put up both sides of the packaging, but the back of this package was a must see. What the heck does it say? If anybody knows let me know, even if you're not sure let me know what you think it means.

Package aside the candy inside was great. It had a strong grape flavor with fizzy fun. The best way to describe this stuff is candy floss with pop rocks mixed in. The texture was unique and with the great taste and package, this candy is a sure winner.

(Update)

Here's what's on the back:

In the pink scroll (in the red square "originator/founder" the rest "compendium of things which fizzle"
"honey pie-when you eat it sweetness bursts out!"
"a delightful uekibachi(potted plant) which when it grows, bursts out a plant"
"?????? (there is a dog named hachi which always waited faitfully at the station for it's master. After it's master died, it still waited there until it died. Now there is a statue of the dog at the station entrance. "Be careful to not confront the dog yipe yiping (pachi pachi) at the station entrance." A joke.
Next,"bowl of ice" (like snow cone)"symbol of summer, bursting with chill"
"Also enjoy orange flavor."
There is actually a play on words for all of these.
Pachi-fizzle
Bachi-bee
Hachi-part of the word hachiue (potted plant)