[Renewal] Peach bean paste with pulp is now available for the Peach Festival on March 3rd! “Peach Shiratama Anmitsu”, where you can enjoy the fruity taste of peach agar and peach bean paste, is now on sale.
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Press release: February 11, 2024
[Renewal] Peach bean paste with pulp is now available for the Peach Festival on March 3rd! “Peach Shiratama Anmitsu”, where you can enjoy the fruity taste of peach agar and peach bean paste, is now on sale. *A Japanese sweet that expresses the Hinamatsuri with peach filling and gyuhi that expresses hishimochi. *
Funabashiya Co., Ltd. (location: Koto-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Kyoko Kamiyama) will be selling “Peach Shiratama Anmitsu” at all Funabashiya stores (excluding BE:SIDE Omotesando store) and official online shop on February 16th. It will be on sale for a limited time from Sunday (Friday) to March 3rd (Sunday).
“Peach Shiratama Anmitsu” is full of peaches that go well with the refreshing white honey.
Agar is a combination of regular agar and peach agar, and has a pink gradation that makes it look very cute.
The biggest point is that we have renewed the peach filling with fruit pulp! Until last year, I used regular red bean paste, but this year I added red bean paste containing peach pulp to give it a more peach flavor.
Product name: Peach Shiratama Anmitsu
Price: 650 yen (tax included)
Sales period: February 16th (Friday) to March 3rd (Sunday)
Sales stores: All Funabashiya stores (excluding BE:SIDE Omotesando store), Funabashiya official online shop
This Kanto-style Kuzumochi shop was founded in 1805 during the Edo period and will celebrate its 219th anniversary in 2024. Funabashiya’s Kuzumochi is made by fermenting wheat starch with lactic acid for 450 days and then steaming it [the only fermented food in Japanese sweets]. The long period of lactic acid fermentation gives it its unique texture and elasticity. In addition, because we want to deliver natural products to our customers as they are, we continue to focus on natural manufacturing methods that do not use preservatives. Traditional Japanese sweets, which are fermented foods and contain no additives, are currently attracting attention from health-conscious people.
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