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We make real candy accessories in Kyoto.


Feel Kyoto with new candy!

Although it still feels a little hot, there are signs of autumn as we enter September. .

A new candy is born from Nanako Plus. . I made a gradation board candy using Kyoto candy. By enclosing it in resin, the vertical and horizontal starch syrup fibers and air bubbles look realistic. . The gradation looks beautiful. The pattern is a motif of the four seasons of Kyoto. .

On sale on September 29th is the autumn Kyoto pattern “Autumn leaves”
The autumn leaves of Kyoto's Okuzashiki Kibune Shrine are depicted against a backdrop of golden candy.
Released on September 29th “Moon Rabbit”
In autumn in Kyoto, a rabbit looks up at the full moon and jumps cutely across the fields.
Released on October 6th “Oka”
It is inspired by the cherry blossom dance at Daigoji Temple, which was selected as one of Japan's top 100 cherry blossom viewing spots.

10/6 release “Yukitsubaki”
An image of a winter scene with snow falling on the camellias at Ohara Sanzen-in Temple in Kyoto.

Released on October 13th “Goldfish”
Aquatic plants and goldfish swimming coolly in the pond of a shrine in Kyoto.

``FEEL KYOTO'' at Nanako Plus Autumn.