Kintsuba and Kuri-manju of Japanese confectionary

I love sweets.
I like Western sweets, but I like Japanese sweets more.
Especially, I like sweets made with red bean paste.
Japanese sweets can be purchased not only at Japanese-style confectionary shops but also at convenience stores.
I bought a Kintsuba and a Kuri-manju(chestnut maujyu) with a convenience store this time.
This a Kintsuba(Sweetened Red Beans Wrapped in Wheat-flour Dough).

Kintsuba

Kintsuba

Most of it is made of Sweetened Red Beans.
This is a Kuri-manju(chestnut maujyu).

Kuri-manju

Kuri-manju

There is a chestnut in the middle, there is white bean paste around it, there is a manju skin around that.
I think that it is also good to eat Japanese sweets when you are tired from walking around tourist spots.


(November 5, 2017)

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