The "Yamazaki Spring Bread Festival," which can now be said to be an annual event in Japan. I think there are many people who have a lot of bread at home because they can collect points efficiently.
In that case, you will want to pursue how delicious the toast is. Recently, I'm addicted to "apple butter" sold at the supermarket "Kinokuniya".
This product is a spread using Fuji apples from Shinshu and domestic butter. When you open the lid, the mellow apple scent tickles your nose.
When applied to crispy toast, the richness of butter and the melting flesh spread throughout the mouth, making you feel like you are eating an apple Danish pastry. The author is not very good at commercially available sweet jams, but this one makes use of the refreshing sweetness of the apple itself.
It is also recommended to "apply to bread and then bake". The overall temperature difference disappears, and the butter that exudes from the bread is irresistible! There is no doubt that it will suit menus other than bread such as waffles and panques.
Apple butter is 140g (4.94oz) and costs 630 yen (excluding tax). It's a lot more expensive than the bread at the beginning, but it will upgrade your usual bread.