Bikkuriman Dragon Ball Collab Chocolate from Lotte

When I went shopping at a Lawson convenience store the other day, I found a product of wafer chocolate reminiscent of my childhood called Bikkuri-Man (ビックリマン: meaning Surprise Man) from Lotte.

When I was small, the Bikkuriman chocolate came with a random sticker featuring a character from mythology, folklore, or the like, and the seals made up a series.

We wanted to complete the series and used to buy many of the chocolate priced at 30 yen. I didn’t, but some brats only collected the stickers and would discard the snack without eating it, making trouble.

Lotte Dragon Ball Man Super Chocolate

Dragon Ball Man Super Chocolate

The product I got this time isn’t pure Bikkuriman, but a collab product with the anime/manga Dragon Ball named Dragon Ball Man Super Chocolate, which cost me 100 yen per package.

Bikkuriman Chocolate

The contents are the same as what I remember the original being, consisting of a chocolate-sandwiched wafer snack and a sticker. And this time, I got these seals of Vegeta and Pikkoro.

Dragon Ball Man Pikkoro Vegeta Stickers

But this series comprises 24 different stickers featuring the characters of Dragon Ball Super, so to complete, I have to pay at least 2,200 yen additionally for it.

Bikkuri Man Chocolate

Now that I’m an adult, I’m not interested in the seals, but the wafer chocolate retains the original size and taste and is as yummy as always.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Bikkuriman Dragon Ball Collab Chocolate Ingredients

Sugar, Wheat flour, Vegetable oil/fat, Whole milk powder, Milk sugar, Cacao mass, Cookie crunch, Whey powder, Cocoa powder, Starch, Shortening, Salt, Soy emulsifier, Leavening agent, Caramel pigment, Flavoring

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per Piece (23 Grams)
Calories 117 kcal
Protein 1.3 g
Fat 5.6 g
Carbohydrates 15.5 g
Salt equivalents 0.07 g


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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