"Tomica biscuits" renewal --Paper craft of miniature cars becomes more realistic

Nisshin Cisco's "Tomica Biscuits", which advocates "enjoyment for parents and children," has been renewed. It will be sold nationwide from March 29th.

Nissin Cisco "Tomica Biscuits" are biscuits printed with the design of "Tomica", which is popular with children. By cutting out a part of the box, you can make a miniature car with paper craft, and since its launch in 2011, it has been well received mainly by families with children.

With this renewal, the size of the paper craft has increased, and it has evolved into a more realistic shape. There are 12 types of "Tomica" designs printed on biscuits, including "London Bus", "Mitsuoka Rock Star", and "Honda VFR Police Motorcycle". Seven types, including "rare vehicles" (animal carriers carrying pandas), are new models that will appear from this renewal. The biscuits have a gentle milk flavor and contain calcium and iron. It is said to support the healthy growth of children.

"Tomica biscuits" renewal --Paper craft of miniature cars becomes more realistic

"Tomica biscuits" renewal --Paper craft of miniature cars becomes more realistic

The content of "Tomica Biscuits" is 40g. The suggested retail price is a non-print price.