If you eat them with the image of melty soft warabi-mochi, firstly you must be surprised at the strong elasticity. A thick color, flavor and chewiness of rare Japanese warabi (bracken-root) powder. After enjoying them, eat it with kuromitsu (syrup made from brown sugar) and kinako (soybean flour). I'm convinced that it's a popular souvenir in Kamakura.
3-3-25 Yuigahama, kamakura-shi, kanagawa