Yunoyama deep steamed Ise-cha manjuu
Baked sponge cake with plenty of deep steamed Ise tea kneaded into it Mie Prefecture is famous for its tea production. Near Yunoyama Onsen Hot Springs, where the scenery of the four seasons is beautiful, is the tea-producing town of Mizusawa, where beautiful tea fields can be seen. These buns are made by kneading Ise tea into the dough and forming it into a leaf shape reminiscent of the nature of Yunoyama Onsen and its tea fields, It is a sponge cake baked bun filled with moderately sweet sweet bean paste. The package is a handy size of 6 pieces, perfect for souvenirs with a cute illustration of Yunoyama Onsen's connection to the hot spring. This product was created to commemorate the opening of the Yunoyama Kamoshika Bridge, which opened in Yunoyama Onsen in 2018.
[Ingredients] Sugar, egg, wheat flour, azuki beans, vegetable oil and fat, maltose, honey, reduced syrup, green tea (Ise tea), nonfat milk powder, leavening agent, Sorbitol, emulsifier (from soybeans), flavor, antioxidant (V.E.), color (gardenia, carotene), preservative (K sorbate) [Contents] 6 pieces/pkg. [Shelf life]3 months from the date of manufacture Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity. [Manufacturer] Hinodeya Confectionery Co. Please eat as soon as possible after opening the package.
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