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Ibaraki Harvest

Ibaraki prefecture has been known as a major center of agriculture for centuries, making it especially important during October, the harvest season.
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Culture
Home to a rich history of samurai, one of Japan’s top three gardens, and Mt. Tsukuba, a symbol of fertility covered in lush forests.
Traditional Sweets
Inundated with fresh produce from the fields such as chestnuts, sweet potatoes, and melons, there’s plenty of choices for the visitors of Ibaraki.
This month we want to share the fruits of Ibaraki’s labors with you, both culinary and cultural. Enjoy freshly harvested traditional confectioneries, snacks and tea.

This Month's Box

Join us for the Ibaraki Harvest.

1/15
Issa Tsuzumi Manju
2/15
Ibaraki Sencha with Matcha x2
3/15
White Shrimp Arare x2
4/15
Beniharuka Sweet Potato Cookie
5/15
Parinto Natto Snack
6/15
Ibaraki Melon Jelly
7/15
Strawberry Tart x2
8/15
 Ibaraki Puffed Rice Carrot
9/15
White Peach Cookie x2
10/15
Masakado Senbei x2
11/15
Konbu Arare
12/15
Beniazuma Sweet Potato Cake
13/15
Ibaraki Chestnut Karinto
14/15
Ibaraki Blueberry Manju
15/15
Surprise Tableware
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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