Bite-sized jelly with goldfish-shaped lanterns “Kingyo Nebuta” as a motif


Bite-sized jellies made with apples, cassis, and Kyoho grape juice will be sold at department stores in Japan.

Produced by Kamiboshi Takeuchi Seiamejo, a long-established candy store with over 160 years of history

“Goldfish Nebuta Jelly” is carefully handmade one by one. Its juicy and refreshing summery taste makes it a perfect snack on a hot day. This product is produced by Kamiboshi Takeuchi Seisho, which has been making confections using local ingredients since the Edo period, when there was little sweetness in Japan.

Goldfish Nebuta jelly, 3 pieces, 740 yen (tax included)
Goldfish Nebuta jelly, 8 pieces, 1,944 yen (tax included)

The way to eat it is to pout with a toothpick.

When the goldfish nebuta jelly is broken with a toothpick, a round jelly appears.
Please enjoy the moment when the jelly peels off with a toothpick.

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