A luxurious Japanese confectionery "Gokukuri Steamed Yokan" with plenty of large "new chestnuts" mixed in
"Gokukuri Steamed Yokan" is made by mixing abundant new chestnuts into steamed yokan made from red beans harvested in the Tokachi Plain, Hokkaido. Three times as much new chestnut as the normal type is used, and it weighs 2.5 times as much. It has become "an unprecedented luxury yokan".
The Japanese confectionery shop " Shimotsuga Saifuka Matsuya
" (Shimotsuga-gun, Tochigi Prefecture) will release "Gokukuri Steamed Yokan" with plenty of new chestnuts on September 12th. The price is 4,680 yen per paddle (excluding tax).
Unprecedented luxury yokan !? "Extreme chestnut steamed yokan"
"Gokukuri Steamed Yokan" is a steamed yokan made from red beans harvested in the Tokachi Plain, Hokkaido, mixed with abundant new chestnuts. It weighs 2.5 times as much as the regular type "new chestnut steamed yokan", making it an "unprecedented luxury yokan".
100% of the new chestnuts that are sent directly from Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture, which boasts the highest yield in Japan, are used.
How about luxurious Japanese sweets only in autumn?