"Hokkaido Fair" is being held at each Lawson store from February 15th. Lunch boxes, rice balls, desserts, beverages, and sweets made from Hokkaido ingredients are on sale.
"Obihiro's specialty Butadon" (550 yen, tax included, same below) is a reproduction of Obihiro's local gourmet "Butadon". Thick-sliced pork ribs are soaked in "pork bowl sauce", a famous seasoning maker in Hokkaido, and baked. The taste of sweet and spicy sauce and the aroma of direct-fired sauce are appetizing.
"Local Monnigiri Direct Fire Grilled Pork Bowl Onigiri" (150 yen) is also a rice ball with the image of a pork bowl. Uses delicious "ice-temperature aged pork ribs" baked on an open fire. The richness, sweetness, and charcoal-flavored sauce that you can enjoy at a popular local specialty store are finished with Japanese pepper.
In addition, "Potato Salad Sand" (230 yen) using Hokkaido potatoes, "Chili cheese grilled using Hokkaido potatoes" (399 yen), and "Hokkaido Tarako Pasta" using Hokkaido tarako (430 yen) (Yen), "Uchi Cafe Anmochi Tart (using Hokkaido Azuki)" (195 yen) using Hokkaido Azuki, and "Moist Melon Bread Hokkaido Akame Melon" (135 yen) wrapped in cream containing Hokkaido red meat melon juice. lineup.
In addition, Hokkaido-only cup noodles such as "Yakisoba Bento" and "I Lohas Haskap" are also on sale for a limited time.