Japanese Candy Sweets of Kyoto

Like a Beautiful Jewel of the Colorful Japanese Sweets

“Kyoto Crochet” is a shop that combined the European beauty techniques and the traditional craftmanship of Kyoto candies. These candies are all handmade in this shop. They are boiled down with sugar and starch syrup, followed by adding fragrance and taste. Please join us to take a look at beautiful candy which gives the image of Kyoto. Each name of candy has meaning.

“Shiraginu-Temari”   lemon-lime taste

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“Koicha-Temari “  Powdered green tea taste 

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“Momiji-Temari” Orange flavor

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“Kotohogi”  Plum taste    Red-and-white happy pattern.

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“Aoi-no-Shiro”  Watermelon flavor

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“Shion” Brown sugar taste


“Hana-Asagi” Peppermint taste

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“Versailles” Lemon flavor    The image is  Versailles palace.

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“Genji-Emaki” Fruit mixture flavor

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This shop is one of the stylish candy in Kyoto, so the confectionery of the shop is perfect for a gift.

Notes  They look so gorgeous that you can’t imagine their slightly soft taste in your mouth. Just looking at them is fun.

Wrapped up by Yushi

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