Yatsuhashi are one of the Japanese confections which represent Kyoto.
The rice flour and the sugar are made a raw material. This fabric was just steamed and it’s baked up with the “Unbaked yatsuhashi” which aren’t baked up, and has the “Yatsuhashi” called ken baking rice crackers. The “Unbaked yatsuhashi with bean jam” are also famous. Since dropping by a store, a fruit and a chocolate are also put besides the bean jam, and seasoning of the powdered green tea flavor is sometimes also injured in a birthplace. Unbaked yatsuhashi, usual, the use-by date isn’t long compared with baked one.
There are many stores to which production sells Yatsuhashi cracknels in Kyoto-shi. History starts Shogoin in 1689 and is old in Kyoto.