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I ate Kurikinton for the first time this year.
They were made by a small Japanese sweets shop in Yoro town.
Its distorted shape is somewhat endearing.
Their Kurikinton is 140 yen, and it's considerably cheaper than other shop.
In addition, the size is about 1.5 times larger than normal.
It contained many big chestnut grains, and had moist texture.
Though it's fragrance was not so strong, it was full of flavor of the chestnut.
The number is limited, so you'd better make a reservation beforehand.
It depends the supply of the chestnut,
they said they would sell the Kurikinton until end of October.