Japanese Bread in a Can: Talking Rabbit
Originally designed as emergency ration food, Japanese bread in a can is a thing. And it’s sweet bread too - cake in a can! Imbued with the nostalgic tastes of Showa-era Japan, this sweet bread stays fresh in the can for up to three years before opening.
With space on the can to write a personal message, it’s good for camping, fishing trips, festivals and making people smile.
‘Betsubara’ in Japanese means ‘room for dessert’, or technically, a separate stomach for dessert. Best get your betsubara ready…
Made in Japan. Contains two pieces of bread. Store in a cool dry place. Use by: see bottom of can. The can will make a popping noise when you open it. Consume as soon as possible after opening. Allergy advice: Contains or may contain traces of Wheat, Eggs, Milk, Soy, Gelatine. Made in a factory where nuts, honey and other allergens are processed. We advise against eating if you have known allergies. Ingredients: wheat flour, flavoured fat spread, sugar, margarine, egg, food product using milk constituent as a major ingredient, salt, high fructose corn syrup, yeast, flour paste, modified starch, carotene (E160a), emulsifier, flavouring, polysaccharide thickener, lactic acid.