Sakuraco Okinawa Retreat – Surprise Snack Menu

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Common allergen and ingredients for this month’s surprise snacks.

Sakura Kanten

Maker: Izumi Bussan (Tokyo)

Common Allergens: Soy 

May Contain Traces Of: Eggs, Dairy

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Starch syrup (made in Japan), sugar, agar agar, glutinous rice powder, sweet bean paste, rice starch, salt, cherry leaf powder (cherry leaf, salt) / sorbitol, flavor, color (cochineal), alum, lecithin (from soybeans), pH adjuster

Sweetcorn Chocolate

Maker: Daiya Confectionery X North Cleer (Hokkaido)

Common Allergens: Dairy, Wheat, Soy 

May Contain Traces Of: Shrimp, Eggs, Peanuts, Squid, Oranges, Cashews, Sesame, Chicken, Pork, Apples, Almonds

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Chocolate (made in Japan) (sugar, cocoa butter, lactose, whole milk powder, vegetable oil and fat, skimmed milk powder), corn, wheat flour, starch, salt / gardenia color, emulsifier, flavor, (contains wheat, milk ingredients, soybeans)

Minimini Chocolate Dorayaki

Maker: Hananoya (Fukui)

Common Allergens: Eggs, Dairy, Wheat, Soy

May Contain Traces Of: Peanuts, Buckwheat

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Chocolate cream (made in Japan (sugar, maltose, vegetable oil and fat, chicken eggs, whole milk powder, cacao mass, others), chicken eggs, wheat flour, sugar, seasoned flour, rice flour, reduced syrup, vegetable oil and fat, honey / sorbitol, trehalose, processed starch, expander, emulsifier, flavor, polysaccharide thickener, acidifier

Honobono Cheese Cookie

Maker: Hidano (Nagano)

Common Allergens: Eggs, Dairy, Wheat, Soy

May Contain Traces Of: Buckwheat

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Flour (made in Japan), margarine (edible vegetable oils and fats, edible refined processed oils and fats), sugar, eggs, cheese (natural cheese, lactose, skimmed milk powder, vegetable oils and fats, salt), skimmed milk powder/expanding agent, flavor, emulsifier, seasoning (amino acid), antioxidant (vitamin E), color (carotene)

Hokkaido Azuki Monaka

Maker: Eguchi Confectionery (Fukuoka)

Common Allergens: N/A

May Contain Traces Of: Dairy

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Granulated sugar (made in Thailand), azuki beans (from Hokkaido), powdered maltitol, syrup, skin (glutinous rice), agar agar

Sweet Potato Kanten

Maker: Izumi Bussan (Tokyo)

Common Allergens: Soy

May Contain Traces Of: Eggs, Dairy

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Starch syrup (made in Japan), sugar, sweet potatoes, agar, oblaat (potato starch, sweet potato starch)/sorbitol, flavorings, lecithin (derived from soybeans)

Burdock Arare

Maker: Morihaku Confectionery (Gifu)

Common Allergens: Dairy, Wheat, Crab, Sesame, Soy, Pork

May Contain Traces Of: Shrimp, Eggs, Peanuts, Almonds, Squid, Beef, Salmon, Chicken, Apples, Gelatin

Vegetarian Friendly: No

Ingredients: Glutinous rice (made in Japan), vegetable oil and fat, burdock root seasoning, salt, spices/seasoning (amino acid, etc.), flavor, color (caramel), sweetener (stevia)

Chili Arare

Maker: Morihaku Confectionery (Gifu)

Common Allergens: Dairy, Wheat, Beef, Sesame, Soy, Chicken, Pork

May Contain Traces Of: Shrimp, Crab, Squid, Salmon, Eggs, Peanuts, Almonds, Apples, Gelatin

Vegetarian Friendly: No

Ingredients: Glutinous rice (made in Japan), vegetable oil and fat, chili oil seasoning, roasted onion seasoning, chili oil (Okinawa chili oil 40%), green onion, salt / seasoning (amino acid, etc.), flavor, color (caramel, carotenoids), spice extract

Apple Cookie

Maker: Hidano (Nagano)

Common Allergens: Eggs, Dairy, Wheat, Soy, Apples

May Contain Traces Of: Buckwheat

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Flour (made in Japan), margarine, sugar, apple conserves, liquid egg, skimmed milk powder, milk syrup/expanding agent, flavor, emulsifier, antioxidant, color

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3 Responses

  1. I won’t be unhappy if there is kanten as an additional snack, or for any reason, frankly. The Sakuraco boxes are introducing me to plenty of good things.

    1. Hi, thank you for the love! Hopefully, we could continue introducing the world to many kinds of Japanese traditional snacks and goods! 😄

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