Tuesday, October 02, 2018

ryoheido

Untitled Ryoheido is another Gifu sweet shop from the Ena area that specializes in all things kuri (chestnut).

This particular sweet is called Kurifukukaki (literally chestnut lucky persimmon).

A dried persimmon filled with a slightly sweetened chestnut paste.

I'm glad we got to try this.

Ryoheido
kiosk inside the ticket gates of Tokyu Futakotamagawa station

6 comments:

Rowena said...

that looks so so yummy!

K and S said...

can't wait to get more dried kaki at the market in the upcoming months, Rowena.

Take care.
Kat

KirkK said...

Nice Kat! I'll make a note of this for the Missus for our next visit.

K and S said...

Hope the Missus will be able to get her chestnut fix, Kirk :)

Take care.
Kat

Anonymous said...

We went to Nishiki Market to get some roasted Korean chestnuts. I swear, the guy has become more rude. I don't remember him being so. Before, he would be smiling and always throw in one or 2 more chestnuts and say, "service." This time, I asked for the large bag which was 3240 yen. He tells me 3000yen so I think it's a discount. Then he asks for 200 yen more so I give him 2 coins and then he asks for 40 yen more. What the???? I was fully prepared to give him the 3240 but him asking piecemeal like this was pretty stupid.
On top of which, the chestnuts weren't as sweet as usual LOL
v

K and S said...

aw V...

Take care.
Kat