A series that introduces "secret masterpieces". 59 items are Kimuraya's "An butter".
Kimuraya is Anpan, and Anpan is Kimuraya. Boasting a name that can be said to be synonymous with anpan, you can pick up anpan in a bag at supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.
Kimuraya has about 30 directly managed stores in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Introducing this time is "An butter", a popular product limited to the Ginza main store. The price is 230 yen (excluding tax).
The dough is a soft French bread dough. Two layers of whipped cream made from fresh Hokkaido milk butter and Dainagon azuki beans from Tokachi are wrapped in two layers.
When you bite into it, the butter cream that melts and melts in your mouth fills your mouth. A luxurious taste that softens the rich sweetness with fresh cream.
The deliciousness of the bread dough is also a noteworthy point. Each time you chew, the aroma of wheat stands out, and the moderate hardness enhances the melting texture of the contents.
The dough in the full-bodied anpan sometimes tends to be just a "wrap", but this one continues to show its presence moderately until the end with the anpan and whipped cream.
A similar product "An butter whip" (226 yen including tax) is also sold at stores and online shops other than the Ginza main store. When I compared it this time, I didn't feel much difference, and I wondered if the bean paste had a slightly firmer dough. I want you to try the one that is easy to get.