December limited “Christmas fruit anmitsu” is now available! Would you like to spend a different Japanese-style Christmas?

Funabashiya Co., Ltd.
December limited “Christmas fruit anmitsu” is now available! Would you like to spend a different Japanese-style Christmas?

Funabashiya Co., Ltd. (Location: Koto-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Kyoko Kamiyama) will be available at all Funabashiya stores and the official mail order site from December 2nd (Friday) to December 25th (Sunday). We will sell “Christmas Fruit Anmitsu”. Both adults and children can enjoy! Funabashiya’s original anmitsu is colorful and gorgeous.

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When it comes to events in December, many people think of Christmas. Why don’t you have a different Japanese-style Christmas this year by eating “Christmas Fruit Anmitsu”?
A Christmas version will appear from the classic Anmitsu, which is equally popular as Kuzumochi.
Recommended points
1. Star-shaped kuzumochi and tree-shaped matcha yokan add a touch of Christmas 2. Funabashiya’s homemade strained bean paste, agar, gyuhi, and other Japanese ingredients are added.
3. Colorful and gorgeous with strawberries and oranges
Because it is full of volume, the cup has a simple reindeer limited design. It’s easy to eat, so it’s perfect as a reward for yourself or as a gift. We have black honey and white honey, so please choose according to your preference.
Product Summary
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Product name: Christmas fruit anmitsu
Price: 650 yen (tax included)
Sales period: December 2nd (Friday) to December 25th (Sunday) Sales stores: All Funabashiya stores, Funabashiya official mail order site https://www.funabashiya.jp/SHOP/81688/list.html
About Funabashiya
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Founded in 1805 during the Edo period, this Kanto-style kuzumochi shop will celebrate its 217th anniversary in 2022. Funabashiya’s kuzumochi is steamed after fermenting wheat starch for 450 days with lactic acid [the only fermented food in Japanese sweets]. The unique texture and elasticity are created by lactic acid fermentation for a long period of time. In addition, we continue to stick to natural manufacturing methods that do not use preservatives because we want to deliver natural products to our customers as they are. Traditional Japanese sweets, which are fermented food and additive-free, are now attracting attention from health-conscious people.
●Funabashiya Official Homepage
https://www.funabashiya.co.jp/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000226.000030085.html

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