クレープの自販機あった（笑） ちょ〜レアなんだけどww pic.twitter.com/JtxkNuqy2X— かなまる (@kanaa016) January 29, 2014
クレープの自販機だと！？ なにこれ、超ウマイんだけど！ pic.twitter.com/qJGvv6XG6J— LEVEL7G(なな爺)@高等遊民 (@level_7g) August 24, 2014
Kagoshima, Japan's rate crepe vending machine, offers a gourmet alternative to the standard fare in American vending machines: pretzels, Mountain Dew, and that one bag of Peanut M&Ms that will forever dangle from the coil in F3, no matter how many times you thrust the weight of your entire body against the machine to loosen it.
The vending machine offers mixed fruit, chocolate, chocolate banana, and caramel sauce crepes. Each crepe comes in an individual glass with a label asking for its return. The sweets retail for 200 yen each, which is just about US$2.
It's no Burritobox, but then, what is?