Blueberry season. As I passed Ecute Shinagawa, the Shinshu Blueberry Fair was being held.
Of particular interest was the Japanese sweet "Berry no Shizuku," which uses blueberries. This is an ecute Shinagawa South limited product of the Japanese sweets shop "Meguro Higashiyama Miyabian". The price is 280 yen (tax included) per piece.
A thin mochi dough with a slightly transparent purple color. When cut, it is packed tightly with purple blueberry bean paste containing whole blueberry fruits.
The bean paste made from Nagano blueberries has a fruity and rich sweetness. Soy milk is added to create a sweet and sour, mellow taste with no sharp edges.
This is combined with the soft and crisp mochi dough and juicy flesh to create a luxurious taste that melts freshly. The balance between the refreshing feeling of blueberries and the richness unique to Japanese sweets is wonderful, and you can enjoy a refreshing yet satisfying taste.
Limited to 40 berry drops per day. How about a cool and nice souvenir that wraps around the season? The sale period is until July 23rd.