Since its establishment of in 1959, our company has been supported by many domestic customers, and continue to make Wagashi, traditional Japanese confections, based on technique.
During the Meiji era, many different types of sweets were introduced to Japan from overseas. As a result, the words “Wagashi” and “Seiyogashi” were created as a way to distinguish the different styles. Even within “Wagashi”, there are many different kinds and varieties of sweets. Our company has been present since the oldest period of sweets history, and in an effort to introduce “dumplings and Mochi sweets” (items that are familiar to Japanese people) to the rest of the world, we started expanding our operations overseas in 2010. We currently export to China, Europe, Asia, and other locations, and we also strive to meticulously meet their demands through product development, markets, etc.
We have factories in France and China that locally produce our products.We also have an affiliated company in Indonesia that carries out business operations. We aim to differentiate from competitors by solving issues such as ingredients, customs tariffs, delivery deadlines, order amount, etc., as much as possible for a smooth distribution of our products.
The delicious taste of eggs has been reproduced in the bread and combined with matcha green tea for an even more exquisite flavour.
The company's ‘egg bread’ is made from ‘Orenji Oji’, a very popular regional egg brand produced by a local poultry farm. Aside from matcha, this bread is also available in 30 different varieties.
A traditional confection bun with a yuzu flavored red bean paste filling. Brown sugar is used in the dough and by deep-frying it, the surface becomes crispy and the dough gets a similar taste and flavor to Karinto, a Japanese sweet snack. Using rice oil, it can be crisply fried without leaving a greasy mess. Brown sugar and white sesame are used in the dough and the yuzu flavored red bean paste contains diced sweeten yuzu peels, allowing you to experience a yuzu aroma when you take a bite.
Mitarashi is not only sweet but it also has an impactful taste thanks to the soy sauce. Through many trials, we have found the best thickness of the sauce that allows you to deliciously enjoy these sweet dumplings.