2001 Tsubu-An

2001 Tsubu-An
2001 Tsubu-An

Rich grain sensation Anko (sweetened bean paste) was born from the process of Kanoko (boiled red beans soaked in syrup) manufacturing method

This is an excellent product developed in response to customer’s request such as they want Anko (sweetened bean paste) that gives more of its texture and graininess of Azuki beans.
Azuki beans produced in Hokkaido are soaked in syrup, and cooked with time and effort Anko that tastes and looks full of beans. Because the texture of the Azuki beans gives a real impressive feeling, of course this is expected to be used for sweets that makes the most use of grain sensation. And its profitability is a point, too because even if you eat a small amount of Anko, it has an impact on finishing touch.

Japanese style gateau au chocolat with Tsubu-An (mashed sweetened bean paste) insist quietly.

This Japanese style cake is made of authentic gateau au chocolat using couverture bitter chocolate and half of it is filled with the mashed sweetened bean paste and with our confidence tastes pleasant. Although it looks like an ordinary gateau chocolat, it has a rich bean flavor and the grain sensation comes out occasionally with its light texture and is easy to eat. It is a mysterious and attractive gateau chocolat, so you could wolf it down when you notice it. It is also a perfect product for Valentine’s Day that everyone will be happy.

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Selling price¥10,135(税込)

Quantity 3kg × 4Packs


Cooked beans, raw bean paste (Azuki red beans), sugar, reduced sugar syrup



Quality specifications
(period, precautions)

Store in a cool, dark place (below 22℃).
90 days from the date of manufacture