This is a Japanese traditional sweets called “nerikiri”.
“Nerikiri” is made from white bean paste.
There are many different shapes of “nerikiri”.
I’m not sure about this character “Usamaru”.
But the “BANDAI” is famous for their toys so this must be popular among kids.
It tasted like a typical “nerikiri” sweets.
“Nerikiri” are made from white bean paste so they taste sweet and a little bit heavy.
Around 250-300 per cup.
90kcal per cup.
|Easy to get?|
I got this at Seven-Eleven, one of the biggest convenience stores in Japan. There is no indication of a limited time offer, but convenience stores frequently change their selling products so I’m not sure until when we can get it.
Not sure for now.
The ratings above are completely my personal comments, see here for the details.
The ingredients may be changed in the future so please check yourself when you try it.
And the nutritional indication.
Open the package.
View from the front.
View from above.
View from the side.
View from the back.
View from a different angle.
Cut in half.
View from a little side.