Royce' is synonymous with delicious chocolate in Japan, and famous for its chocolate truffles, otherwise known as "raw chocolate."

They've sold chocolate-coated potato chips before, but now, for a limited time and in limited number, they're releasing a special version of their chips exclusively made with just-harvested "new potatoes" (新じゃが shin-jaga) from Tōbetsu, where their factory is located.

Hokkaido potatoes are already prized as some of the best in Japan, so it's a safe bet that the thick ridged chips made with these "new potatoes" from Hokkaido are going to be good. Coat them with Royce' excellent chocolate and you have yourself a delectable chocolate-dipped chip!

Product Information

  • Name (JP): ポテトチップチョコレート[新じゃが]
  • Name (EN): Royce' Potato Chip Chocolate (Tōbetsu) Shinjaga
  • Weight: 190 g (6.7 oz)
  • Price: 720 JPY + tax

You can get these chips until the end of October through their online shop and in stores. To find a location near you, visit their official website here.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.