Canada meets Japan: welcome to the world of Anko with an evocative maple-infused flavor.

Syrup, of course, is made by boiling the sap from the sugar plant. But did you know that it takes 40 liters of sap to produce just 10 liters of syrup. This is why syrup is so wonderfully rich. And maple syrup, for example, is so thick and satisfying, it feels as though it must be loaded with calories. But it actually has fewer than a like portion of honey. The savory flavor is the secret. While new syrups come and go, maple will always be a popular favorite. And when we combined maple syrup with sweet bean paste, the result was a richer and more delectable mixture than we had ever imagined.

For the combination of Maple bean paste and banana—yes, we pushed it that far.

A banana-flavored bun with a whole banana inside is always a tasty treat. And it’s even better because it keeps you satisfied longer. In Japan, when one doesn’t have time for a slow sit-down meal, the bean paste filled An-Pan has been the traditional way to grab sustenance on the run. But what flavor of sweetened bean paste is best for eaters on the run? Might chocolate and banana be the best choice? Or honey? Well, when we started with our maple flavored bean paste–richer than honey and smoother than chocolate—then put in some delicate bananas, we found an explosion of quick flavor and energy packed inside an easy-to-eat bun. The combination is incomparable!

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Selling price¥5,119(税込)

Quantity 1kg × 6Packs


Cooked beans (Azuki red beans), sugar, reduced sugar syrup, maple syrup



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

Food additives