Nana tried our Seven Lucky Gods shaped Wasanbon treats and shared her impressions with the TOMO Community !
My first encounter with wasanbon sweets was during a trip to Kagawa, with a couple of friends.
I learned about the reputation of wasanbon through the famous local candy shops, which were selling a wide range of sweets made from wasanbon sugars.
As the name of these dry baked confectionaries suggests, those sweets are made of wasanbon sugars. They coat the heart with sweetness in one bite, and they give you the right amount of sweetness in your heart. Their size is also ideal.
I tried these wasanbon confectionery with my black coffee, and I was not disappointed.
The wasabon sweets are made with the same traditional technique since the 17th century period, which partly explains that nostalgic taste you can feel when tasting them.
We hope you enjoy the natural sweetness that is unique to these confections, which pair well with black coffee, tea and Café Genshin Coffee.
★ To learn more about the Seven Lucky Gods shaped Wasanbon treats, click here
★To learn more about Café Genshin (brown rice coffee), click here