Dorayaki is a kind of cake that consists of sweet red bean paste sandwiched between two layers of baked fluffy sponge made from flour, eggs and sugar.
The name derives from the words "dora," meaning gong, reflecting the shape of the cake, and "yaki," meaning baked.
Dorayaki is very popular in Japan with both children and adults.
Coarse sweet red bean paste is sandwiched between two layers of fluffy sponge.
We offer three types throughout the year for your enjoyment: "Kuri (chestnut)," "Mochi (rice cake)" and "standard coarse sweet red bean paste."
NAGOMI Dorayaki - Kuri(chestnut)With a whole soft boiled chestnut inside.
NAGOMI Dorayaki - Mochi(rice cake)With soft mochi (rice cake) inside.
NAGOMI Dorayaki - Coarse sweet red bean pasteStandard coarse sweet red bean paste dorayaki