Kamakura Beniya "Kurumiko 5 pieces (Reiwa 4th year Kamakura design)"

"Kurumiko 5 pieces (Reiwa 4th year Kamakura design)" is now available from Kamakura Beniya. It will be released on January 9th at the Yawata Miyamae main store and Shonan Fukasawa store, and on January 10th at the Sachiura store. It will be on sale at the Kamakura Beniya official online shop from around spring.

5 pieces of Kurumiko (Reiwa 4th year Kamakura design)

A limited edition product depicting the symbol character "Squirrel-kun", which is inspired by the costumes of the Kamakura period. Kamakura Tsurugaoka Hachimangu-mae The Hachimangu-mae main store in Kamakura Beniya is located on the site of the Komachi residence of Hojo Yasutoki, the eldest son of Hojo Yoshitoki. As a limited edition product for the 4th year of Reiwa, "Kurumiko 5 pieces" depicting the symbol character "Squirrel-kun", which is the image of the costume of the Kamakura period, is on sale. The design is drawn on the surface and sides of the box, and one "Squirrel-kun", which is a normal design, is also drawn on the side with a time-slip setting during the Kamakura period. A product that you can enjoy while thinking about the history of Kamakura.

Kamakura Beniya "Kurumiko 5 pieces (Reiwa 4th year Kamakura design)"

The price is 724 yen (tax included). Scheduled to be sold until around the fall of 2022, and will end as soon as it runs out.


"Walnuts" are sweets that represent Kamakura Beniya, made by baking homemade caramel and walnuts with butter dough. It was born more than 35 years ago, with the hint of the traditional Swiss confectionery Engadiner, in an attempt to make use of the surplus dough of the sable "Kamakura News", which was the main product at the time of its founding.

Kamakura Beniya "Kurumikko"