Original Wagashi Set of the Japanese Rice Cracker

Wagashi Selected Only From the Popular ones Fujingaho Collected

I’d like to introduce to you assorted Wagashi (Japanese style sweets), Kyoto products ranked high in the shopping ranking of a magazine Fujingaho.

“Assorted lucky charm sweets” from Kyouka-dou, selected by a magazine Fujingaho


Reference   fujingaho.ringbell.co.jp/etc/tokusyu_kyoto_wagashi.php
“Kyouka-dou” is a store specializing in wagashi of the purveyor to Eikando Zenrinji Temple, Kyoto.
Especially, there are seasonal tastes, in particular dry confectionery and arare (rice crackers).
In addition, this shop has abundant products of matching Saijiki (Japanese literary calendar), and these are perfect for a gift. You can’t miss the original set of the products selected only from the popular ones Fujingaho collected.


Reference   fujingaho.ringbell.co.jp/etc/tokusyu_kyoto_wagashi.php

“Pickled plum beans” and “Kaki-no-tane” are common snacks.  You can enjoy traditional tastes which have been loved in Japan for a long time.

“Kaki-no-tane” is the small crescent-shaped soy-sauce flavored rice cracker which looks like a seed of the persimmon, or “Kaki-no-tane” in Japanese. That’s why this snack is called “Kaki-no-tane.”

  200px-Kakinotane      Reference   ja.wikipedia.org
There is another popular sweets, known as “Wagiri-houten”; several thin karintos are wrapped in starch-based white candy like a sushi roll and cut into small pieces.

Thses are “Wagiri-houten”.


 Reference   kyoto-itoken.co.jp/shop/products/detail.php?product_id=134

Notes.   “Wagiri-houten”and “Kaki-no-tane” are unique shape,  I not only have an interest in making these common traditional sweets  but also in working.


Wrapped up by Yushi

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