Kanazawa City was part of one of the largest feudal provinces of Japan. It is a castle town where the atmosphere of the past has been preserved, where traditional culture is still alive, where you can feel the warmth of its residents.
Fostered by tea ceremony culture and our customers, we have preserved our traditional manufacturing methods and use quality ingredients to make confections unique to Kanazawa while also adapting to changes of the times.
We use adzuki beans from Hokkaido Prefecture and Ishikawa Prefecture’s Noto Peninsula.
We use beet sugar, superfine sugar, and crude sugar.
We use different types of wheat flour depending on the product as well as locally produced rice.