Japanese sweets shop Oosumi Tamaya Ginza store "Year-end jumbo gold silver copper Daifuku"

From the Japanese sweets shop Oosumi Tamaya Ginza store, three types of Daifuku "Year-end jumbo gold, silver and copper Daifuku" created with the motif of gold, silver and copper, which are familiar in medal colors, in the jumbo size of 1.5 normal Daifuku will be on sale. .. The sale period is from November 24th to December 24th. The price is 1,600 yen (tax included). Limited quantity (5 pieces per day).

The original strawberry bean Daifuku, a specialty of the Japanese sweets shop Oosumi Tamaya Ginza store, is sold by a salesperson at the Nishi Ginza Chance Center, which is famous for having a high-priced prize close to the Japanese sweets shop Oosumi Tamaya Ginza store when the jumbo lottery is released. I ate it as a test-taker to bring jumbo fortune, and it became a focus of attention among lottery fans. The past year-end jumbo Daifuku series, which was devised in connection with this, has also recorded a big hit of thanks for being sold out every day for the second consecutive year, such as "Year-end jumbo Ginza Daifuku" and "Year-end jumbo money luck Apple Daifuku".

Year-end jumbo gold silver copper Daifuku

"Gold" Daifuku is the most popular sign menu "Original Strawberry Bean Daifuku" covered with gold leaf, and "Silver" Daifuku is named after "Ginyori Kuri". Uses the finest Waguri brand. Daifuku of "copper" is a dajare connected with "copper", and the good luck fruit "Grape (Shine Muscat)" is wrapped in copper-colored fertilizer.

The jumbo Daifuku, which is covered with gold leaf, silver leaf, and copper-colored fertilizer, is full of special bean paste and large fruits. Each Daifuku, which weighs about 140g and has plenty of volume, is 1.5 times the jumbo size of "Original Strawberry Bean Daifuku" (about 95g).

Japanese sweets shop Oosumi Tamaya Ginza store "Year-end jumbo gold silver copper Daifuku"

In addition, during the period, one of the most popular "Original Strawberry Bean Daifuku" will be given to the purchaser of "Year-end Jumbo Gold, Silver and Copper Daifuku" who brought the year-end jumbo lottery to the Ginza store.