Both Kobe and Yokohama used to be windows to Western culture. Since ancient times, Kobe has been known as a city where western sweets have become popular with ordinary people. As it was once the final port of call for ships sailing from Europe, Kobe has a close relationship with European sweet culture – numerous pastry chefs have honed their techniques and taste here over the years. As a port town that has always been open to the world, Kobe continues to dispatch new fashionable products and trends!
We found an original western style sweet, which is perfect to give as a souvenir!!
An item that uses the natural blessings of the Seto Inland Sea area, we found a lemon cheese mousse made with Seto Inland Sea lemons!!
Apparently, a sweets maker well known among locals, as well as for their signature souvenir, Kobe pudding, created it.
This fresh cheese mousse is rich in flavor with juice from Setouchi-grown lemons, which are filled to the brim with the blessings of the sun!
The flavor is strong, but with only a light sweetness. It’s a very refined flavor and the package design matches perfectly with that image!
The moment you put it in, the mousse just melts in your mouth.
The mild acidity of the Setouchi lemons blends within the cheese mousse. The well-balanced match is so delicious that before you notice it your hand will be reaching for another one.
This could become popular as a sweet that represents Kobe!
Check it out!
This is a product authorized by the Setouchi Brand promotion association established in cooperation with the 7 prefectures (Hyogo prefecture, Okayama prefecture, Hiroshima prefecture, Yamaguchi prefecture, Tokushima prefecture, Kagawa prefecture and Ehime prefecture) around the Seto Inland Sea. Searching for the Setouchi brand mark when you visit around the Seto Inland Sea area can be part of the fun!
Also you won’t have trouble finding souvenirs!
Products provided by: Toraku Foods Co.,Ltd.
Article created in cooperation with Nippon Access Inc.
Setouchi Brand products can be purchased from souvenir corners at roadside stations, airports and other places in the Setouchi area.
Setouchi brand relationship: http://www.setouchiweb.jp/relationship/index.html (Japanese)
Setouchi Finder Photo-writers: Makoto Esaki & Yoko Suganami (Rainbow Sake Co., Ltd.)
Yoko Suganami Rainbow Sake, Inc. After an extended stay in Hawaii, in 2011, I returned to my hometown of Kure, Hiroshima. Having worked at advertising companies in both Japan and Hawaii, I founded Rainbow Sake - a PR company with the goal of spreading Sake abroad. I hope that sake will ""bring the people of the world together"" and that I can be a part of that. I often travel abroad, and mostly to Hawaii and Singapore. Every time I come back home, I rediscover the beauty of my hometown and the happiness the easygoing, calm, fresh and simple sea and mountains of Setouchi bring.
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