Ena chestnut studio Ryohei templeenakurikouboryoheido
[for a limited time] From Tuesday, October 29, 2019 to Sunday, December 1
Ena chestnut studio Ryohei temple formed Japanese confectionery which could realize natural taste of ingredients from 1946.
The technique is to make with manual labor of craftsman. We found taste in taste simply because we made by hand and felt season for flavor and provided Japanese confectionery which realized natural taste to many customers. Representative product "Kurikinton." There is "chestnut fortune persimmon" which is used a lot for gift-giving.
Enaguri Kobo Ryohirado has been making Japanese sweets since 1946, where you can experience the natural taste of ingredients.
The method is to make it manually by craftsmen. Because it is made by hand, we have provided Japanese customers with a taste of nature and the taste of the season.
A typical product is Kuri Kinton. “Kurifuku-an” is often used for gifts.
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