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Other Japanese Confectionary

About High-grade Fresh Confectionary

Types of confectionary that contain a lot of moisture and consist mainly of red bean paste are called “fresh confectionary.” High-grade fresh confectionary refers to types of an especially high quality.
Our skilled craftsmen produce items of confectionary one by one with the greatest of care. It is made of ingredients that give a seasonal feeling and present a beautiful appearance. Such confectionary is often used in the Tea Ceremony, a form of traditional Japanese culture.

High-grade Fresh Confectionary

High-grade fresh confectionary expresses the beauty and culture of Japan with its coloring, delicacy and seasonal feelings.
Our skilled craftsmen produce items of confectionary one by one with the greatest of care.
Since this kind of confectionary does not stay fresh long, it should be consumed on the day of purchase.

Painstakingly handcrafted!


About Kintsuba

Flour and water are mixed and kneaded and rolled into a thin dough to wrap bean paste, which is then baked on both sides.
This type of confectionary is called “Kintsuba,” meaning “gold (kin) hand guard (tsuba)” because its shape and color resemble those of the hand guard on a Japanese sword.

Kintsuba

The dough is spread thinly onto flavorful coarse sweet red bean paste and baked.
“Kuri-Kintsuba” is a type of confectionary with pieces of chestnut kneaded into soft freshly-boiled adzuki beans.

  • Kintsuba
    Standard type with coarse sweet red bean paste
  • Kuri-Kintsuba
    With pieces of chestnut kneaded into the adzuki bean paste

About Manju

Manju is a type of confectionary that is made with sweet adzuki bean paste wrapped in a jacket made by kneading flour and other ingredients and then steamed or baked.
There are various types made throughout Japan, and is a very popular confectionary.

Kurikago

A soft-boiled chestnut is kneaded into a jacket made of astringent chestnut skin paste covered with sweet red bean paste, which is then wrapped in dough and baked.


About Daifuku

Daifuku is a type of confectionary made from sweet adzuki bean paste wrapped in a jacket of thinly rolled rice-cake.
The rice cake is made from carefully pounded steamed glutinous rice, which is then sprinkled with a fine layer of edible corn or potato starch powder.
Daifuku comes in a wide variety of locally-made made types.

Shio-Mame Daifuku

This type of Daifuku consists of sweet coarse bean paste wrapped in chewy dough made from pounded glutinous rice into which red peas with a slightly salty taste are kneaded.
This type of Daifuku really brings out the taste of adzuki beans.
Since this kind of confectionary does not stay fresh long, it should be consumed on the day of purchase.


Others

Peanuts Sablé

Enjoy the crispy texture of shortbread and the flavor of peanuts.

Kasanegumo

Peanut cream is sandwiched between crispy sheets of dough.


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