[Shichijo Ganshundo] Second batch of Kyoto-style confections with Pokemon motifs!


Long-established Kyoto confectioner “Shichijo Ganshundo” will be selling its second “Pokemon Kyoto Confectionery Winter” with a Pokemon motif.

This time, as the second “Pokemon Kyo-gashi”, we have expressed winter events and the Pokemon associated with them in Kyo-gashi. Please enjoy these Kyoto-style confections that are different from the “Pokemon Kyo-gashi Autumn” and give you a sense of the winter season.

Pokemon Kamigashi Winter (4 pieces)

Pikachu, Arora Locon, Onigori, and Dharmakka are represented in the Kamigashi. Each one is handmade by artisans using water and high-quality ingredients from Higashiyama, Kyoto.

*Because of the short shelf life of this product, it will be available only on February 3 (Sat.), February 7 (Wed.), and February 17 (Sat.), 2024. Please note that the number of items in stock is also limited.
*To ensure that as many customers as possible can purchase the product, only one item per person will be available.

Pokemon Fuyaki Winter (3 pieces)

Pikachu (male/female), Juniper, and Nyaoha with fuyaki rice crackers, representing the scenery and events of Kyoto in winter.

Pikachu (male) and Pikachu (female) are included at random.

Pokemon Dried Candy Winter

Pikachu playing in the winter scenery is represented by dried sweets.
The sugar used is Wasanbon, a pure Japanese sugar produced in Awa and Sanuki in Shikoku.

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