A commonly seen confectionery in Japan is the Manju, which is a cake with filling such as anko or chestnut jam, or more rarely sweet potato. The cake itself is made in different colors ranging from white to yellow and brown to black. Or it can even be had in a green colored cake which has matcha flavor. Manju are normally around the size of a golf ball, though not a ball shape but flattened round or rounded square shape. Packaging is usually individual with the price of under 100 yen for a single one.