Dango is an extremely notable Japanese desserts, produced using glutinous rice flour and for the most part in addition to an assortment of flavors, making this Dango especially famous in Japan and remote voyagers there.
Dango Kazoku at Koshigaya is a retail shop that has the complete name of Taka no Chain wa Sweets Dango Kazoku. Notwithstanding selling Dango, they likewise sell other sweet nourishments, for example, Sushi Roll, red bean rice, Takoyaki, Onigiri and even Bento.
Dango comprises of 3 to 5 things of its trade for the most part alluded to as Kushidango. It is then lubed with different herbs and sauces.
There are different kinds of dango, for example, A (Dango which is marked with red bean glue), at that point there is Goma (Dango which is lubed sesame glue), Kinako (dango the simmered soy beans), at that point an interesting one named Zunda (Dango The squashed Edamame nut).
Dango there at the cost of 30 yen to 60 yen for the trade. Make Dango a modest nibble with an uncommon flavor.