Japanese Western-Style Sweet of Fukushima

Presenting Japanese Western-Style of Fukushima Prefecture Local Souvenirs 

You know what? Unique local dishes and Japanese sweet have developed in Fukushima. Let’s take a look at local popular souvenirs Japanese western-style sweet of Fukushima prefecture. In Aizu city basin where severe spell of cold weather continues, a variety of preservative foods are eaten including frozen bean curd, dried persimmons, and herring sushi.

Inland area is richly cultivated with silk and there are many festivals where local people celebrate with Japanese sweet rice balls coated with sweetened red beans, rice cakes, and dumplings according to silk cultivation calendar.

Name of the Japanese sweet means “milk-drinker” in Spanish. 

 “Mama-doll”, produced  by Sanmangoku.

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A butter flavored baked cake filled with milk-flavored bean paste.

Japanese sweet “Ekison pie”, produced by Sanmangoku

A European puff pastry filled with sweet bean paste.
The Japanese sweet “ECUSSON” means “emblem, scutum, armor etc.” in French.

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Japanes sweet “Remo”, produced  by Kashiwaya

Lemon-flavored tart richly filled with milk and cream cheese.

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Japanese sweet “Watasuge”, produced by Howdy
Soft and magical textured cookies with crushed almonds blended within that fall apart easily with crispy sound when put in mouth.Once I eat it, I can not forget this taste.

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Reference howdy.co.jp/express/2014/05/post-635.html

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