When I was young, about 30 years ago, an “okoshi” (also known as puffed sweets) shop came near my parents’ house on a trolley.
Boom! !I remember that I often bought the revitalization that can be done with the explosion sound.
You can't see that kind of scenery now. . .
In Mexico, a sweet potato shop (called Camotero in Spanish) comes to my house about twice a week by pushing a trolley.
It's not an explosive sound, but the steam makes a loud sound to alert your neighbors.
It is like this ↓
That's what I'm selling.
Steamed sweet potato and banana.Sweet and delicious...
Mexico doesn't have a culture of roasted sweet potatoes, but when steamed like this, it's really sweet and delicious.
The price is XNUMX pesos, about XNUMX yen.
I just hope that this kind of business that parents and children have been doing for a long time will continue.