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Product NameHagi no Tsuki
JAN code4533945421174
Volume of contents5pcs, 6pcs, 8pcs, 10pcs, 12pcs, 16pcs, 20pcs
ManufacturerKasho Sanzen Corporation
Manufacturer’s address2-14-18 Omachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai City
Raw materialsMilk (manufactured in Japan), eggs, sugar, wheat flour, reduced syrup, dairy products, butter, starch/trehalose, glycine, emulsifier, flavor, expander
The order of ingredients may differ from the package.
Best if eaten by this date10 days including shipping date for mail order
Storage MethodStore away from direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
Box sizeWidth 14.7cm x Depth 30.8cm x Height 4.7cm
famous production areaMiyagi, Sendai
Sales LocationsSendai Airport, Fukushima Station, Furukawa Station, Ichinoseki Station, Kurikomakogen Station, Morioka Station, Sendai Station, Shin-Shirakawa Station, Shiraishi Zao Station, Yamagata Station, Chojabaru SA, Sugo PA, Fujisaki Main Store, Sendai Mitsukoshi, AEON Mall Natori, AEON Mall Shin-Rifu, AEON Mall Tomiya, Sendai Castle
SouvenirsFresh confections, Japanese sweets
Price rangeWithin 2,000 yen

What is Hagi no Tsuki?

“Hagi no Tsuki” was first sold in 1979 by the Sendai-based manufacturer Kasho Sanzen.

Haginotsuki” is a pudding cream wrapped in a fluffy sponge cake and has become a standard souvenir of Sendai along with “Gyutan” (beef tongue).

Although “Hagi no Tsuki” has a short history as a traditional souvenir, it is well known and popular, ranking third in a survey of “souvenirs representing the 20th century” in Japan.

It is also said to be the first confectionery to use an oxygen absorber called “AGELESS” in food products.

By using AGELESS, it is possible to extend the shelf life.

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