Woodland Kyoto area is also famous for its autumn leaves and Kyoto vegetables. Among these, Fukuchiyama City is also famous for chestnut sweets. They are best eaten as autumn turns into winter. Chestnut sweets fills the shelves in the many Japanese and western sweet shops in the city. As well as Japanese sweets like chestnut yokan and baked chestnut kinton that fill the shelves of long-established Japanese confectionery shops, famous Parisian stores have opened stores in search of Kyoto’s chestnuts, making Kyoto a true treasure trove of chestnut sweets. Would some chestnut sweets go well with your autumn leaves stroll?