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chris [What to bring from Germany to Japan?]
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     * many sweets are not available in Japan, or only in restricted variations: Haribo strawberry and so on     * many sweets are not available in Japan, or only in restricted variations: Haribo strawberry and so on
     * licorice (Lakritze) (but many Japanese dislike it)     * licorice (Lakritze) (but many Japanese dislike it)
-    * not sold in Japan: Kinderschokolade,​ Toffifee, Negerküsse,​ Hanuta, almost no mint sweets - so "After eight" might be interesting to bring+    * not sold in Japan: Kinderschokolade,​ Toffifee, Negerküsse,​ Hanuta, almost no mint sweets - so "After eight" might be interesting to bring, Wammer waffle
     * chocolate: for example bags with many small chocolate pieces of different kinds, each by itself wrapped in paper. Bigger supermarkets in Germany allow you to fill bags yourself, payment is based on weight of the bag.     * chocolate: for example bags with many small chocolate pieces of different kinds, each by itself wrapped in paper. Bigger supermarkets in Germany allow you to fill bags yourself, payment is based on weight of the bag.
     * Kinderschokolade:​ seems like its not sold in Japan     * Kinderschokolade:​ seems like its not sold in Japan
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   * products like shampoo are quite expensive in Japan. ​ Koelnisch Wasser is a famous perfume, '​Klosterfrau Melissengeist'​ a famous medicine (but educate about the high alcohol part, should not be taken by children or when driving)   * products like shampoo are quite expensive in Japan. ​ Koelnisch Wasser is a famous perfume, '​Klosterfrau Melissengeist'​ a famous medicine (but educate about the high alcohol part, should not be taken by children or when driving)
   * for German learners: no longer needed schoolbooks are nice for German learners.   * for German learners: no longer needed schoolbooks are nice for German learners.
-  * for children: books with pictures are great, especially when showing daily things of live, which are partly different from Japan+  * for children: books with pictures are great, especially when showing daily things of live, which are partly different from Japan ("​Wimmelbuecher"​)
   * Skat card, and explaining game "​mau-mau"​ is nice for older children   * Skat card, and explaining game "​mau-mau"​ is nice for older children
   * sets for "​Bleigiessen"​ as it is done on Europe sometimes on Silvester   * sets for "​Bleigiessen"​ as it is done on Europe sometimes on Silvester
   * Frühstücksbrettchen with nice pictures/​writings,​ they can be used for cooking   * Frühstücksbrettchen with nice pictures/​writings,​ they can be used for cooking
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