Sakuraco's December box, Tochigi Traditions, sits surrounded on top of a furoshiki cloth surrounded by box snacks.Sakuraco's December box, Tochigi Traditions, sits surrounded on top of a furoshiki cloth surrounded by box snacks.
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Tochigi Traditions

Tochigi prefecture boasts admirable characteristics of abundant nature, rich history, and culinary traditions.
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A Rich History
Nowhere else can you experience the impact of Edo period art and culture more than in Tochigi prefecture.
A grey torii gate is shown in front og Nikko's Toshogu Shrine in Tochigi prefecture.
A wide shot of Tochigi Prefecture showing waterfalls, a town, a lake, and lush forests.
Captivating Nature
With breathtaking mountains and astounding waterfalls as its backdrop, this prefecture is blessed with over 600 onsens to keep you warm, and innumerable shrines and temples.
A woman in a purple kimono pours Aged Sencha into a tea cup next to a box wrapped in a furoshiki and a plate of bekko ame.
Keeping Tochigi’s traditional rustic atmosphere at the forefront of our minds, we curated our favorite assortment of traditional sweet treats, savory offerings, and tea. This month we want you to join us in becoming immersed in the history of Tochigi.

This Month's Box

Enjoy Tochigi Traditions.

1/16
Bekko Ame
2/16
Aged Sencha
3/16
Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth
4/16
Wasabi Mayonnaise Peanuts
5/16
Tochigi Lemon Yokan
6/16
Anko Donuts
7/16
Uni Rice Cracker
8/16
Nikko Jingoro Senbei
9/16
Strawberry Tiramisu Biscuit
10/16
Amaou Strawberry Almonds
11/16
Plum Renkon Chips
12/16
Yuba Chips
13/16
Chestnut Manju
14/16
Black Sesame Mochi
15/16
Chili Arare with Peanuts
16/16
Strawberry and Yogurt Piccolo Dolce
what's in my box

20 Authentic Japanese
Snacks, including:

*This image only features example products.

Japanese Tea

Matcha, Hojicha & Seasonal.

Japanese Cakes

From Castella to Taiyaki.

Mochi, Manju & Yokan

Traditional Japanese Sweets

Seasonal Japanese Treats

Enjoy Sakura, Momiji and more

Sakuraco Exclusives

Senbei and Konpeito by Local Makers

Japanese Home Goods

Ceramics, Chopsticks & Furoshiki.

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Tochigi Traditions
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