[Taneya] New spring products – Limited edition products using Hokkaido white azuki beans sold nationwide


Taneya Co., Ltd. a Japanese confectionery manufacturer and seller, has released three new spring products using Hokkaido white azuki beans. Please enjoy these wagashi with a gorgeous aroma of cherry blossoms as spring gifts or for your home gatherings.


238 yen per piece (220 yen)

Taneya’s signature confectionery, “Fukumi Tenpyo”, has been flavored with fragrant cherry blossom leaves.
Cherry leaf powder is added to each of the monaka and gyuhi, and the bean paste that envelops the gyuhi is made from flavorful Hokkaido white azuki beans.

Sakura Yokan

486 yen per piece (450 yen)

The flavor and deliciousness of Hokkaido white azuki beans are extracted. It is a light and refreshing yokan with a smooth and soft texture. The cherry blossoms and leaves are freeze-dried into a crunchy texture, and the optional Sakura Crunch can be sprinkled on top in desired amounts to enjoy the bright cherry blossom color and full aroma.

Zenzai Sakura

Zenzai is made with white azuki beans from Hokkaido, cooked in a flavorful and fluffy way. The accompanying rice cake is pounded using only Shiga Haniue glutinous rice harvested in the rice-producing region of Omi. The zenzai is smooth in texture and has a refreshing taste, and can be served with the optional Sakura Crunch topping.

Taneya Co.

Founded in 1872, we are a Japanese confectionary shop that has nurtured history in the birthplace of the Omi merchants. For more than 150 years, we have been bringing you seasonal confections from Shiga Prefecture, with the richness of the surrounding seasons entrusted to our confections.

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