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Co., Ltd. Tabi-Garasu-Honpo seigetsu-do
399-6 niibori-machi, Maebashi City, Gunma, Japan

Category: Confectionery
Product Name: Tabi-Garasu
Raw Materials: Food containing flour, sugar, shortening, milk, etc., dextrose, vegetable oils and fats, oligosaccharides, emulsifiers, flavors, antioxidants (V.E.), and some of the ingredients are derived from soybeans.

Best-Before Date: It was now about four and a half months later

Tabi-Garasu


I've heard that "Tabi-Garasu(:Travelling Crows)" is the most famous sweets in Gunma for a long time.

The reason for the name "Tabi-Garasu" is not something I've heard from anyone, but Kunisada Chuji is the name of Gunma. Speaking of Kunisada Chuji, I remember the scene where a migratory bird flies to the north with the famous line, "Is the mountain of Akagi only tonight? Yes, "Tabi-Garasu" is the name of Chuji Kunisada, I think. But lately, I haven't seen it on TV at all...that play, that story.


I didn't know how to explain it, so I took it out of the bag and sniffed it first. It smells somehow like a large pancake (Imagawa-yaki).

If you look at it, there is a pure white cream sandwiched between two round boards. When you try it, the crunchy texture is wonderful. As you bite into it, the aroma of milk cream gradually rears its head and plays a duet with the unique flavor of this rice cracker. What the hell is this grimy rice cracker. It has a strange flavor that seems to be addictive, doesn't it? This is probably the smell of baking soda.

Before I ate it, I thought it was something like a gauffle, but it was actually a different kind of mineral spring rice crackers. The cream inside is also very unique, so it might be better to eat it a little chilled to make it more appealing. I like it even if I don't chill it...

No, it's a rice cracker that I would definitely recommend to you.
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