We made Japanese sweets with a springy texture by using fig paste made of horaishi figs produced in Taki Town, Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture, sticky rice powder, arrowroot starch and agar-agar. Taki Town is a place famous for horaishi figs. The figs grown in Taki Town, which is near the seashore, taste rich with the texture of slowly melting in the mouth.
Starch syrup, sugar, fig paste (produced in Taki Town, Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture), processed starch products, glutinous rice flour (domestic), powder wafers, arrowroot starch, agar-agar / gelling agent (processed starch, thickening polysaccharide), flavor, citric acid,(Including some soybeans)
ALLERGENS (if applicable)
5.91" x 1.77" x 7.48", 4.94 oz
120 days, room temp
We were founded in 1912 in the city of Izumo, Shimane, Japan. Capitalizing on the long tradition and culture of making confectionery, our unique Japanese sweets will offer a great everyday pleasure and satisfaction to your palate because they are a perfect match for your tea or coffee. Our distribution networks are spread all over Japan and quickly expanding internationally. The directly managed store "Izumo Kanten Kobo" on the approach to Izumo-Taisha shrine sells agar-agar Japanese sweets made from agricultural products from Shimane Prefecture and easy-to-use sweets gifts.