My pledge level was the Super Early Bird. So I paid US$18 (S$25), and shipping to Singapore is an additional US$5 (S$7).
I chanced upon the UHA Mikakuto Croquette Snack when I was looking for snacks to buy back to Singapore from Don Quijote during my previous Tokyo trip.
If you qualify for tax-free shopping (spend more than JP¥5,000), it is selling for JP¥138 (S$1.70). If not after 8% tax, it is JP¥149 (S$1.85).
Ichiran is a famous ramen chain from Japan. They have branches in Japan, Hong Kong, US and recently Taiwan. Most of their stores are opened 24 hours daily. I hope they will come to Singapore soon!
They came back to Kickstarter again on 1st January 2015 and this time around it was successfully funded on 18th January 2015. They raised a total of £31,524 from 658 backers out of their initial goal of £1,000.
Anova Precision Cooker started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$1,811,321 out of their initial goal of US$100,000 from 10,508 backers. It was shipped to backers in October 2014.
The Anova Precision Cooker is available in two versions, Bluetooth and Bluetooth + Wi-Fi.
Few months back, in April 2015, Tiger Beer released the Tiger Beer Limited Edition 1965 Vintage Can & Bottle as part of SG50 (Singapore 50th Birthday) celebration.
Again, as part of SG50 celebration, Tiger Beer will once again shed its iconic blue-and-silver look, in favour of Singapore’s national colors (red and white) on the livery of all cans, pints and bottles, in a limited edition release to commemorate this jubilee.
The world-famous ‘Share a Coke’ campaign has arrived on The Little Red Dot and for the first time in Singapore, Coca-Cola cans and bottles will feature nicknames and phrases in place of the iconic Coca-Cola logo, to inspire people to share a Coke with those around them.
Tiger Beer’s new campaign, the “Unofficial Official History of Singapore” is inspired by the launch of Tiger Beer’s first can in 1965, the same year that Singapore gained independence.
The campaign aims to inspire Singaporeans to stop and take a look at ourselves with a fresh perspective, and especially at some of Singapore’s most iconic traits and social peculiarities – things that makes us Singaporean.
Cadbury Glow is positioned by Cadbury as a premium chocolate gift, similar to Ferrero Rocher. Each of the chocolate praline is crated in Europe. The outer layer is made of milk chocolate, while the inner filling is made of dark chocolate.
The inspiration behind Cadbury Glow was sparked by the glow moment. The glow moment is a warm glow of happinesses that comes from seeing someone light up with joy when they received a special gift.
This year marks its 40th anniversary and they have partnered with Cold Storage (which is their anchor tenant since last year) to organise an inaugural epicurean event called “Flavours of the World” at Plaza Singapura’s Main Atrium located on level 1. The event will be held for about two weeks from 22nd October 2014 to 2nd November 2014.