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Kamejirushi-Seika Co., Ltd.
2139-5, Migawa-cho, Mito City, Ibaraki, Japan

Category: fresh confectionery
Product Name: Mitono-Ume
Raw Materials: White kidney beans, sugar, rice flour, shiso leaves, emulsifier, preservative (sorbic acid K), colorant (red 106)


Speaking of Mito, Kairakuen, speaking of Kairakuen, it is plum blossoms. If that's the case, there must be plum sweets in the market.

I have been to Kairakuen once, when it was just beginning to bloom. So, I remember that the bloom was not so good. But when I saw the plum blossoms in full bloom in other farms, I was very impressed. On a warm day in early spring, insects, flowers, and plants all wake up at once, which is the season of the plum tree. I'm sure the Kairakuen in full bloom must be wonderful.

I don't know if it's any of your business, but when I'm young, I don't feel the beauty of flowers, but as I get older, I start to feel the beauty of flowers, the beauty of life. I wonder if I can understand the splendor of Kairakuen now, too.

When I opened the box, I smelled the aroma of sour plum shiso. When I tried it, there was a Japanese sweets (white ano mochi) inside a purple shiso leaf and the aroma of shiso spread in my mouth. Yeah, that's pretty good. The shiso is a good flavor. Tamura Ume" is similar to this one, but this "Mitono-Ume" is not so sweet because it is not covered with sugar.

Yes, this might be a good souvenir. But it's hard to give them out at work, so I guess it's for families.
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/07/06