After two weeks, FUYU KAKI have shrunk considerably. After giving away over 70 FUYU KAKI, I had more. The tree produced a good amount this year. Birds had some to enjoy and I still had plenty to enjoy and share. While it is tasty to eat them fresh, when you have too much of them, you need to be creative to store them away. These groups of FUYU KAKI are drying up much faster than the stringent HACHIYA persimmons, and of course, FUYU KAKI is much smaller and has less water content. My mother mentioned something about eating them with other groups of herbs for health medicinal use. These have been massaged a bit per my friend's suggestion to distribute the sugar or something like that. And pretty soon, I will take them down and press down with something heavy to make them flat. I hope they will turn out all right.