This is my first time to see this product.
This is a local confection from a place called Tosa. Tosa is an old name of Kochi where is a part of an island called Shikoku in the south-west part of Japan.

Tosa/Kochi is famous for their yuzu (Yuzu is a citrus fruit.)
This cake contains some yuzu inside.

On this soft cake, there is a brand called kanzashi”. “Kanzashi” is an old hair ornament. There seems to have an old story related to “kanzashi” in this region.

This is a “shiroan” sweet I love, that has white sweet bean paste in the dough. I slightly smelt yuzu.
Around 100-150 yen per individual package.
109 kcal per individual package.
Easy to get?
I got this at AEON, one of the biggest supermarkets in Japan.
I happened to get this as there was a local-confections event there.
Get again?

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The ingredients may be changed in the future so please check yourself when you try it.

And the nutritional indication.

Open the bag.
There were 3 individual packages in a bag.

Pick up the one.

There’s an instruction how to eat.

Open the outside package.
There’s a soft cake wrapped in a foil.

Open the foil.
I didn’t follow the instruction how to open…

Remove the foil.
View from above.

The opposite side view.
There’s a “kanzashi” brand so this side must be front.

View from a little side.

View from a different angle.

Cut in half.

View from a different angle.

2021 Aug.