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Co., Ltd. Kikyoya
1298 Tsuboi, Ichinomiya-cho, Fuefuki City, Yamanashi, Japan

Category: Confectionery
Raw Materials: White bean paste, sugar, flour, yellow peach, condensed milk (including soybeans), egg, margarine, starch syrup, honey, coloring (red 3, red 105, red 106), expander, flavor, acidity, stabilizer (pectin), pH adjuster

Best-Before Date: About 1 month (3 days after opening)

Shingen-Momo


In the "Attractive Japanese Souvenirs Contest 2007," the Taiwanese judges selected the "Shingen-Momo" as the winner of the regional award. It's also made by Kikyoya, which is famous for its shingen-mochi (rice cakes). I wondered what kind of things foreigners would be interested in, so I got interested and went to eat. Well, Chinese people like peaches.


The box looks like something that mimics the box used for raw peaches. But it's a cute little box that's pretty small because it's matched to the sweets. When I opened the box, the sweets inside were wrapped in plastic and stored with desiccant, but they were lined up like real peaches.

That stunning peach-colored treat smelled of peaches, as expected, and when you try it, it tastes just like a peach, as you would expect. It is a thin cookie dough with yellow bean jam in it, and inside the bean jam, there are clear jelly-like things like peaches or peach nuts in some places. Peach-scented sweets are rare and very good, aren't they?

When I ate the second one, the peach aroma disappeared somehow because I got used to it. Hmmm, I guess I should have one for each person (or one for each day).

Come to think of it, we've had peach manju (Chinese manju) before, haven't we?
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/07/06