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This Long-Established Candy Store Has Been Located in "Candy Alley" in Kawagoe, Saitama, for 100 Years. How to Make the "Kumiame Sakura Stick" by Tamariki Seika

This video shows the making of candy at "Tamariki Seika" in Kawagoe, Saitama.

Tamariki Seika has been making handmade candies for over 100 years.
The shop is located in "Candy Alley" (Kashiya Yokocho) a popular tourist spot in Saitama Prefecture, and offers a wide variety of kumiame candy.
Kumiame is a type of rolled candy that when cut shows a picture or face, such as Kintaro Ame.

In the video, they make "Flower Kumiame Sakura." The candy which was as big as a log, was stretched and stretched, and at the end, a cherry blossom pattern can be seen in the cut section.
Be sure to check out the video to see the 100 year old techniques in action!

◆Tamariki Seika Store Information◆
【Address】350-0062 Saitama, Kawagoe, Motomachi, 2 Chome−7−7
【Access】A 15-minute walk from Hon-Kawagoe Station
【Avg. Price】¥200+
【Hours】10:00-17:00
【Closures】Mondays
【Phone】049-222-1386

【Tabelog】Tamariki Seika
https://tabelog.com/en/saitama/A1103/A110303/11005857/

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Sep. 15, 2020
Japan
新井 美紀(Miki Arai)
I mainly write articles about food. I've been a writer for three years.
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