You may remember the cover of the special “Ichiban Guji” lottery that Japanese 7-Eleven stores have been enjoying in recent days, with prizes ranging from alarm clocks to soap distributors. You may especially remember Mario’s mix roll, a special spice sandwich created to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Brothers. Being hungry can be a little confusing. Nintendo has released the full menu, so let the confusion / hunger continue!
Everyone’s favorite dinosaur horse is depicted with a traditional melon, melon custard and a chrysanthemum green bread filled with whipped cream.
Bowser’s renaming as a giant, scary monster (sometimes more like a frantic dad stealing princesses) continues with the hot fried chicken sandwich, which says “super spicy” thanks to Nintendo-coated bread. Chili sauce.
Princess Peach, as always, is portrayed with a sweetness: a sweet and sour jelly and a cream cheese dish called “Princess Peach Dolls,” flavored with lemon, strawberry and milk, made just like her. Style and his crown.
The beautiful glitter star is made with pineapple sauce and milk jelly – a good ballet cleaner after the bowser roller, maybe?
Finally, fire flower curry bread is inspired by traditional Chinese baked bread, stamped with a fire flower symbol above. Its filling is a chicken curry with red tomatoes, but it is less spicy than Bowser’s chicken sandwich.
Which food do you eat the most? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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