At such times, we would like you to try Ministop 's "Aoyama Rice" series. It is supervised by Yuki Aoyama, the owner of Nakameguro "Aoya" in Kyoto Obanzai / Yakuzen.
And the new menu supervised by Mr. Aoyama this time is the chilled Japanese confectionery "Aoyama style brown sugar ohagi (bean paste, mugwort, kinako)". It seems that it was developed with the concept of "sweets that are kind to the body". It's the perfect menu for this time of year when you have more opportunities to eat Japanese sweets on the equinoctial week and the moon viewing.
The point of this "Aoyama style brown sugar ohagi (bean paste, wormwood, kinako)" is homemade brown sugar grain bean paste that is finished with natural sweetness with brown sugar from Okinawa prefecture. The brown sugar bean paste is made into a small size so that you can enjoy it with three types of bean paste, mugwort, and soybean flour. With this, you don't have to worry about eating too much.
This product will be on sale in limited quantities from September 18th at Ministop stores in Japan. You can easily buy one for 198 yen, so why not give it a try before it sells out?