Animal Shaped Biscuits: Pandas, koalas, and chocolate-filled fish.
Koala's March: We ate over 40 of these little guys from several different packets and didn't find a single repeat in the drawings! They come in Chocolate and Strawberry, and are considerably better than the similarly cute Hello Panda cookies.
Saku Saku Panda: At first they all seem the same—then you realize that each one has a different facial expression. The frowny ones taste best.
Food-Shaped Biscuits: It's odd that the biscuits shaped like actual food are the worst tasting of all. Don't even bother with the Choco A~npan or the Milk no Melo~npan. Both taste stale.
Ever Burger: Good thing every burger's not like Ever Burger, the burger-shaped biscuits complete with chocolate patty and tiny sesame seeds. They're fun, but not particularly tasty.
Puchipasuteru: Why they're called puchi-pastel, we've no idea. The best part of these mini candy-coated biscuit ice cream cones is the maze that comes inside the box. The candy itself tastes horrible. Sorry Puchi!
Sylvan-themed Chocolates: Bamboo shoots, mushrooms, and tree stumps. All of them, pretty tasty.
Mushrooms and Bamboo and Stumps!: This miniature woodland glade is where we go when we need to sit on a biscuit stump and meditate, surrounded by chocolate-coated takenoko (baby bamboo shoots) and strawberry-cream covered kinoko (mushrooms).
Collon: Bad name, good cookie.
Pie No Mi: They're buttery, flaky, chocolate-filled, and come from a mysterious forest populated with magical pie trees. That's about all there is to say.