@@The Japanese confections are the compilation of the senses of beauty of the Japanese. Our food samples of the Japanese confections aim at the perfectionism that can move the heart of people.
1. Manju or Buns
There are various food samples available even among buns in Japan, some of which are Usugawa manju or thin-skin bun, Miso manju or fermented soybean paste bun, and Kasutera manju or sponge cake bun. Our food samples reproduce realistically not only the texture and quality of the material of each bun but also what is contained inside it. The food sample of Usugawa manju or thin skin bun is granted us a patent for its manufacture method and therefore the quality we offer is the best.
Our food sample of Yokan or jellied bean paste bar expresses one of the Japanese tastes. We are available with various food samples of Yokan including that of a basic Yokan and another whose major ingredient is Kingyoku (Nishikidama) bean. To manufacture food samples of Yokan we correspond to their sizes or shapes like one-bite size or bar, how they are packed like in gazette packing, or their kinds and varieties. To convey the deliciousness of Yokan, the lustrous complexion of its surface and the texture of a cut-away surface are expressed realistically
However originated overseas, Kasutera or sponge cake has already established itself in the life of the Japanese as if it was categorized as a Japanese confection. To manufacture food samples of Kasutera we correspond to various shapes or forms such as basic bar shape, slice cut pieces, or art-like one.
The pictures above show food samples of local, famous confections kept produced for many years. They express a special taste of local, famous confections proved in their histories. Our food samples express realistically those confections that can only be tasted by the local people.