The early time of Meiji era is the time when the history of 'sweets' changed significantly in Japan. Because of the influx of western materials and methods which had not been around until then, the new style of sweets was developed. It was called 'western confectionery', in order to distinguish from 'Japanese confectionery'. As I was researching the history of western confectionery, I found a man who made a substantial contribution for its change, which was Mr. Yukichi Fukuzawa, the founder of Keio. I have been working on my project since I was 14 years old and I decided to do research on sweets at SFC. What were the western confectioneries that Mr. Fukuzawa had at that time like? Along with the process of Remake, I will explain the history of food.