Yokohama Annin Dofu KitKat

Annin dofu 杏仁豆腐 is most often translated as almond jelly, and is made from almond and/or apricot kernel powder, agar or starch, sugar and water, and then served as a cold desert. It originated in Hong Kong, but is very popular in Japan. As the largest China Town in Japan is in Yokohama, one of the special KitKat varieties representing Yokohama is annin dofu flavor. This is a good example of how Yokohama has a very international image, not just a Western image. ネスレ キットカット 杏仁豆腐 Nestle


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