In Nagoya, you'll find ogura toast on their coffee shop menus.
Toasted bread topped with butter or margarine is then slathered with ogura-an.
Ogura-an is koshi-an (smooth sweet bean paste) that is simmered with some honey then whole adzuki beans are added at the end to keep the shape of the beans.
For this recipe I used tsubuan (chunky sweet bean paste) because it is more readily available.
Ogura Toast : for 1
your favorite slice of bread, toasted
a dollop of tsubuan
NOTES: The taste reminded me of how my mom likes to heat up her tsubuan mochi in a pan with some butter.
I enjoyed the sweet-salty combination, it went nicely with some black coffee.