A brand name which represents the store “Kagizen” that has continued from the Edo period.
Given the name “Kiku-jido”, in connection with folk tradition,
this dry confectionery “Hi-gashi” takes its form as a Chrysanthemum.
The smooth melting in the mouth only achieved from the highest quality Awa-wasan-bon.
At the beginning of the Showa-era, when Hi-gashi was not so common,
it was popular among tea connoisseurs and intellectuals.*Kiku-ju-to Koh-haku are made on order.