Shoyu Goma Sesame Dango with Powdered Soy Sauce by Wadamata, 6.3 oz (1

Shoyu Goma Sesame Dango with Powdered Soy Sauce by Wadamata, 6.3 oz (180 g)

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SKU: SF-SE-JP-128

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 5 days from delivery.

Shoyu goma dango sesame rice cakes with powdered soy sauce by Wadamata is an authentic Japanese rice cake seasoned with soy sauce powder and enriched with sesame seeds. Renowned for their beautiful golden appearance and soft, chewy texture, these round-shaped mochi-like rice confections are skewered onto sticks in a group of four.

First introduced in 1598 at Daigo no Hanami (a grand banquet held by Japanese military leader Toyotomi Hideyoshi), dango is a year-round confection often served on a skewer. Even though it’s easy to confuse this Japanese dumpling with mochi, dango is made with rice flour called mochiko and not from steamed glutinous rice that is then pounded. These mochi-like rice balls come in a plethora of varieties, and they’re typically named after seasonings served on or with them like anko, shoyu, and kusa dango. You can discover the world’s best rice cakes in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Wadamata is an authentic Japanese sweet and rice cake manufacturer famous nationally and internationally. Established in 1952, this successful company quickly made a name for itself and garnered a lot of loyal customers worldwide. Located in Chofuogimachi (Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimonoseki city), Wadamata takes pride in offering a broad range of top-quality Japanese crepes, mochi, ohagi, and daifuku with various fillings. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Wadamata, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Shoyu goma dango sesame rice cakes with powdered soy sauce by Wadamata is one of the most indulgent ways to add some delightful touches of sweet flavors to your desserts in the blink of an eye. Moreover, these Japanese treats make an excellent pairing option with a cup of your favorite green tea, such as matcha, sencha, genmaicha, bancha, and gyokuro.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns.

 

  • Ingredients: Rice flour, sugar, sesame, powdered soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt), modified starch, trehalose, sorbitol, glycine, enzyme. Contains: wheat, soy
  • Product Weight: 6.3 oz (180 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 5 days from delivery.

Shoyu goma dango sesame rice cakes with powdered soy sauce by Wadamata is an authentic Japanese rice cake seasoned with soy sauce powder and enriched with sesame seeds. Renowned for their beautiful golden appearance and soft, chewy texture, these round-shaped mochi-like rice confections are skewered onto sticks in a group of four.

First introduced in 1598 at Daigo no Hanami (a grand banquet held by Japanese military leader Toyotomi Hideyoshi), dango is a year-round confection often served on a skewer. Even though it’s easy to confuse this Japanese dumpling with mochi, dango is made with rice flour called mochiko and not from steamed glutinous rice that is then pounded. These mochi-like rice balls come in a plethora of varieties, and they’re typically named after seasonings served on or with them like anko, shoyu, and kusa dango. You can discover the world’s best rice cakes in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Wadamata is an authentic Japanese sweet and rice cake manufacturer famous nationally and internationally. Established in 1952, this successful company quickly made a name for itself and garnered a lot of loyal customers worldwide. Located in Chofuogimachi (Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimonoseki city), Wadamata takes pride in offering a broad range of top-quality Japanese crepes, mochi, ohagi, and daifuku with various fillings. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Wadamata, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Shoyu goma dango sesame rice cakes with powdered soy sauce by Wadamata is one of the most indulgent ways to add some delightful touches of sweet flavors to your desserts in the blink of an eye. Moreover, these Japanese treats make an excellent pairing option with a cup of your favorite green tea, such as matcha, sencha, genmaicha, bancha, and gyokuro.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns.

 

  • Ingredients: Rice flour, sugar, sesame, powdered soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt), modified starch, trehalose, sorbitol, glycine, enzyme. Contains: wheat, soy
  • Product Weight: 6.3 oz (180 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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