They are fresh-picked Muscats wrapped in thin gyuuhi made with sugar and refined rice flour.
This Japanese-style sweet is called “a single Muscat” from Kyorakudo.
It’s not too sweet but very fruity. You can feel heaven to taste just a single Muscat.
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