This paper proposes a new Japanese version of the Remote Associates Task (RAT). In a process of solving an insight problem, people often come to an impasse and end with an experience of surprise (“Aha!”) when they finally find their solution or are informed of the correct solution. We devised a set of 80 RAT problems that were intended to have the solver reach an impasse by evoking a certain fixed term. Two experiments showed that people have a stronger “Aha!” experience when they encounter the new RAT than the one proposed previously. The current paper provides a list of problems from the new RAT and basic data including the solution rate and the degree of the “Aha!” experience for each problem.