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Tea Time in Yokohama

Japan’s second largest city is a cultural hub offering an exciting mix of East and West.
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Culture
Through an influx of American, European and Chinese traders, the city has been shaped by cultural influences from all over the world while retaining a Japanese air.
Traditional Sweets
Makers like Hamasuzu carry on production of Yokohama’s unique sweets, creating confectioneries that offer a unique blend of traditional Japanese and Western confectioneries.
This month we want to share Yokohama’s delights with you, through an assortment of traditional Yokohama confectioneries, snacks and of course tea.

This Month's Box

Join us for Tea Time in Yokohama.

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Yokohama Hama Nashi Pear Jelly
2/14
Yokohama Orange Cake
3/14
Yokohama Chocolate Crunchy x2
4/14
Romansketch Biscuit x2
5/14
Kamakura Cream Wafer x2
6/14
Fragrant Houjicha x2
7/14
Olive Arare x2
8/14
Chocolate Bread
9/14
Sakura Side Plate
10/14
Temari Arare
11/14
Bikkuri Dorayaki
12/14
Peanut Makorons
13/14
Kyoho Grape Jelly
14/14
Seagull Almond x2
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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