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WHO WE ARE

Wagashi

Established in 1959, we have been making 「和菓子」 Wagashi
(Japanese traditional confectionery)
over 30 years.

We never compromise to our products. All the ingredients are strictly selected,product quantity & quality is controlled in place.

As a wholesale trader, all the products will be delivered frozen. Therefore retailer can defrost and use the amount that is needed on the day which decreases unnecessarily loss.

Our mission is now to spread and expand in the global market by setting higher service standards and widening our presence as a
和菓子 maker.



GIANT DANGO

GIANT DANGO

What is it??

Dango (団子) is a Japanese dumpling and sweet made from rice flour.
Dango is eaten year-round, but the different varieties are traditionally eaten in given seasons.
Giant Dango is a baked version and three dango is served on a skewer.


GIANT DANGO
KARINTO MANJU  (Japanese Crispy Bean Cake)

KARINTO MANJU  (Japanese Crispy Bean Cake)

This is a popular traditional Japanese confectionery similar to Chinese moon cake.
There are many varieties of Manju however what makes Manju so special is the use of
black sugar (黒糖) and the crispy fried food texture outside.


As an OEM supplier, we are able to propose various type of flavors such as Yuzu, Maccha, Sweet potato, Peanut, etc.

KARINTO MANJU
DANGO
DANGO

Although the ingredients are same as Giant dango, this smaller size of dango is most common which you will see in Japan more often.

It can be baked, or eat after natural defrosting with variety of sources such as mitarashi (sweet soy sauce glaze) , red bean paste, kinako (soy bean flour) etc.


DANGO DANGO

There is absolute no obligation to eat on a skewer.
It can be eaten individually and arrange it as a dessert menu.

Traditionally, Japanese have festivals honoring the autumn moon.
This include displaying decorations using dango. displayed as offerings to the moon.


DAIFUKU

DAIFUKU

This is a consisting of a small round mochi (glutinous rice cake) stuffed with sweet fill of anko, sweetened red bean paste made from azuki beans and chestnut.
The word Daifuku literally means “great luck”
DAIFUKU



CONTACT

838 Saigochi Omitama-shi Ibaraki Japan

T: +81-299-48-0070

F: +81-299-48-0189

E: dango@dangoya.net

W: www.dangoya.net


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