I was looking for Japanese sweets like these.Daifuku without pesticides and sugar—I was really glad! I had almost given up whenI found them. The mildly sweet bean paste is gentle and delicious, and I can’t stop eating them, so it's a little dangerous (^_^;). Although it is a somewhat unusual way to eat them, my favorite way is to take them out of the freezer and put them straight into the toaster oven at 250 degrees for 5 minutes. Then, the outer mochi part is a little soft, the center of the bean paste inside is slightly frozen, and the outside of the bean paste is also little soft. It's perfect to me. I enjoy the flavor while enjoying looking at the cross-section. I can't buy them often because of the shipping costs, but I will purchase again!
The sweetness was very gentle, making for a Japanese confectionery that suits my taste. There are not many places that sell sugar-free Japanese sweets, so I took the plunge and ordered some and they were very good. I'd like to purchase again someday!
Meguri no an 、Fukumeguri、Shikakui meguri Kさん
They had a smooth texture, the sweetness was just right, and I was able to fully enjoy the taste of matcha! I wanted to buy other flavored bean pastes as well.
The Fuku-meguri was less sweet than I expected, but I liked that it was healthy. They’re delicious and you can eat as many as you want. The Shikakui-meguri was crunchy cookies, which also tasted healthy with mild sweetness! Chai spice became my favorite. After consulting with my wallet, I would like to buy it again. It was a real treat.
It was my second Fuku-meguri and my first purchase of Emi Koboreru Ann. I had both mashed and fine-grain bean paste for Fuku-meguriand both were delicious. At first, I felt that the sweetness was not enough, but it turned out to be a delicious taste that made my body feel happy with its warm and gentle taste. Emi Koboreru Ann was quite impressive. The bean paste with chocolate inside were the best match! I was surprised how well they went together! It also had a mild flavor with a good aftertaste that I think goes well with green tea, coffee, or black tea.
Fukumeguri、shikakuiMeguri set Yさん
The letter explained how to defrost them, so I used a rice cooker to defrost the frozen Fuku-meguri. The mochi was fluffy and smooth and the bean paste had a natural sweetness. Japanese sweets that make you feel really happy!