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Gosho Himuro

Gosho Himuro

Like with Minazuki, Gosho Himuro was designed based on the Kyoto Imperial Court (Gosho) tradition to consume shaved ice as a form of prayer for good health during Japan’s infamously hot summer.


Fondant-infused jelly is filled with red beans, cut into triangular shapes (like ice blocks), and then dried. Overall crunchy on the outside and inside.

Contains alcohol.


Best-before date: 2 weeks


Availability: June - August, Kyoto Main Store, Nihombashi Tokyo Store, Toranomon Hills Tokyo Store

Allergen: none

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  • Sugar

  • Red bean

  • Corn syrup

  • Kanten (seaweed jelly)

  • Kambaiko (mochi flour)

  • Umeshu (plum wine) Alcohol 0.07%

  • Mizuame (syrup from rice and wheat)

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