I tried 7-ELEVEN's "An Cream Pie". A dish where you can enjoy whipped cream and red bean paste packed in a slightly salty pie crust. The selling price is 205.20 yen (tax included, displayed to the second decimal place).
7-ELEVEN An Cream Pie
The manufacturer is Tokachi Daifuku Honpo. A Japanese confectionery pie manju, a palm-sized dish with bean paste and whipped cream wrapped in pie dough. When you insert the knife, the fabric part that is woven in multiple layers has a chewy texture, and when you grab it, it has a firm texture.
From under the slightly salty skin, you can feel the cool texture of the cream that has been erected hard. The graininess of the bean paste is also an accent, and you can enjoy the deep aroma of azuki beans as you chew. The sweetness is mild as a whole. The size seems small, but if you eat little by little from the edge, you can enjoy the individuality of each of the three ingredients: pie, whipped cream, and red bean paste.
I have the impression that both Japanese tea and black tea go well with drinks. The calorie of the bean paste pie is 288 kcal per piece.