Hagi no Tsuki Data
|Hagi no Tsuki
|Volume of contents
|5pcs, 6pcs, 8pcs, 10pcs, 12pcs, 16pcs, 20pcs
|Kasho Sanzen Corporation
|2-14-18 Omachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai City
|Milk (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 date
|10 days including shipping date for mail order
|Store away from direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
|Width 14.7cm x Depth 30.8cm x Height 4.7cm
|famous production area
|Sendai 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
|Fresh confections, Japanese sweets
|Within 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.
Luxury souvenirs in a small box.
Each Haginotsuki is individually packaged in a small box, giving it a luxurious feel!
It looks like you could give one of these little boxes as a souvenir.
Open the outer box and you will find Hagi no Tsuki in a small box.
The packaging is triple-layered, which gives the impression of being firm to prevent the flavors from being lost.
Thoughts on eating Hagi no Tsuki
When you open the package and hold the Hagi no Tsuki in your hand, it feels moist.
When you take a bite of the fluffy Hagi no Tsuki, sweet custard cream appears from inside.
The combination of Japanese candy and pudding cream.
It is not unusual today, but it must have been novel when it was first sold in 1979.
The pudding cream is smooth and very rich!
It has a gentle sweetness that will bring a smile to your face, making it an elegant confection that will satisfy your taste buds after just one serving.
It seems to go well with coffee or tea.
For children, it can be served with milk.
As a sophisticated souvenir, the packaging and even the small box inside are well made, which is a high point.
Haginotsuki is a standard souvenir of Sendai, and since it is a taste that everyone would like, basically everyone would be happy to receive it.
How many pieces of Hagi no Tsuki are available? Introducing prices by number of pieces.
There are two types of Haginotsuki: “boxed” and “simple boxed.
Below is the number of pieces and price of the boxed type.
- 8 pieces：1,600yen
- 10 admissions：2,000yen
- 12 admissions：2,400yen
- 16 admissions：3,200yen
- 20 admissions：4,000yen
The simple boxed type is available in smaller quantities than the boxed type, with 5 and 10 pieces.
There is a difference of 337 yen between the boxed and the simple type for a package of 10 pieces.
You can use the simple type for souvenirs for yourself and your family and the boxed type for gifts.
Hagi no Tsuki Calories and Shelf Life
Because it contains a lot of pudding cream, we are concerned about the calories when we eat it.
Therefore, we have summarized the calorie and nutritional ingredient labels.
Nutrition label of Hagi no Tsuki (per 56g per piece)
One hagi no tsuki has 147 kcal.
It has a solid calorie content, so be careful not to overeat.
What is the expiration date and how long does it last?
The shelf life of Hagi no Tsuki is 10 days, including the date of shipment, according to the Kasho Sanzen online store.
Since it has a short shelf life, you should eat it as soon as possible after purchase.
Where can I find Hagi no Tsuki sold?
Haginotsuki can be purchased at Kasho Sanzen directly-managed stores, as well as at sales outlets located at Sendai Airport and Sendai Station.
The following are directly managed stores.
- Hirose Street Omachi Main Store
- Espal Store
- Espal East Wing TRAD. store
- Yoshinari Store
- Wholesale-machi Main Store
- The Mall Sendai Nagamachi
- Sendai Minami Interchange Store
- Souvenir Shop Sendai No.1 (Sendai Station 2F)
- Souvenir Shop Sendai No.3 (Sendai Station 2F)
- Souvenir Shop Sendai No.7 (Sendai Station 2F)
- Izumi Interchange Store
- Nankodai Store
- Funaoka Ekimae Store
- Ogawara Bypass
- Sakae-machi Store
- Shiroishi Honmachi Store
- Matsushima Teramachi Koji Store
- Souvenir Shop Osaki
- Furukawa Daicho Store
For details on retailers, please check the official website before purchasing.
They are sold mainly in Sendai City, but you can also buy them at Fukushima Station and Yamagata Station.
If you want to buy Haginotsuki in Tokyo
Visit Miyagi Furusato Plaza, a Miyagi Prefecture antenna store.
We checked there and were told that the products are sold periodically for a limited time.
You can get the information about the sales period at Furusato Plaza.
- Address: Higashi-ike Bldg. 1 & 2F, 1-2-2 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
- Phone number: 03-5956-3511
- Business hours: 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., merchandising corner, 1F
- Closed: Year-end and New Year holidays
Can I buy Haginotsuki at Kasho Sanzen in Tokyo Station?
There is a Kasho Sanzen Gransta Tokyo store in Tokyo Station, but they do not sell Hagi no Tsuki.
When I visited, an assortment of Hagi no Tsuki, Hagi no Chou (chocolate flavor), and Hagi no Chou Koukou (white) was on sale as a “Gransta Tokyo Limited Special Set” for a limited time.
We checked with the store staff, and they told us that they sometimes sell special items like this, but they generally do not carry them.