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Homare-No-Jindaiko / Musha-Gaeshi
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Okashi-No-Kobai KN
1-6-31 Hakuzan, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto, Japan

Product Name: Homare-No-Jindaiko
Category: Confectionery
Raw Materials: Granulated sugar, beans, malt sugar, cake flour, water table, cold weather, salt

Product Name: Musha-Gaeshi
Category: Confectionery
Raw Materials: Red beans, sugar, wheat flour, butter, reduced starch syrup, egg yolk, skim milk, salt, soybean oil, caramel color

Best-Before Date:
Homare-No-Jindaiko: 60 Days
Musha-Gaeshi: 10 Days

Homare-No-Jindaiko / Musha-Gaeshi

When I heard that the standard and popular souvenirs of Kumamoto are "Homare-No-Jindaiko" and "Musha-Gaeshi", I couldn't keep my mouth shut, so I ordered them right away. I'm sorry, but I don't know the rest of the story.

By the way, this company (Candy no Kami-me) is a local celebrity, and it has become a sponsor of the local soccer teams "Rosso Kumamoto" and "Masujo Renaissance Kumamoto FC".

[ Homare-No-Jindaiko ]
Perhaps because it was wrapped in silver paper, I got the image of a dense and punchy Jindaiko, a round figure about the size of a water jelly. However, when I actually tried it, it was a refreshing wagashi with a gyuhi mochi inside a red bean jelly with lots of agar (in short, suiyokan). As for the rest, I'm planning to cut it with the attached cardboard saw and eat it, but it seems to be more troublesome...

[ Musha-Gaeshi ]
This is a western confectionery with white red bean jam inside. When I smelled it, I smelled the unique aroma of the red bean jam pie (sorry, that's the image), and when I tried it, it was delicious. At first, I thought it was azuki bean paste, but it had a buttery flavor and was a delicious red bean paste cream. As I remember it, it's the closest to ExxonPai (Fukushima). Hmmm, this is delicious and sweet, Tono.
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/07/12