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 “Igamanju” is a Japanese confectionery that is said to have originated in Konosu City (formerly Kawasato) and is traditionally eaten in the prefecture’s northern region including Hanyu City and Kazo City.
This inaka manju is covered with red bean rice so it looks like the “burr (iga) of a chestnut” and was therefore named igamanju.
It is a good luck food that is made during summer festivals and celebrations and are popular among the local people.
Please be sure to try it once.