Hagi no Tsuki

Hagi no Tsuki

Hagi no Tsuki

The autumnal moon (“tsuki” in Japanese) dominating the night sky, over the field of Miyagino covered with bush clover (“hagi”) blossoms, has inspired this Sendai specialty, “Hagi no Tsuki.” In this dessert, we have garnished a fluffy, luxury sponge cake with lots of tender, mild-flavored custard cream.

Packed with an antioxidant by the name of “AGELESS,” this specialty will stay fresh for a long time at room temperature. “Hagi no Tsuki” was among the first “nama gashi” (moist confectionery) products to employ this antioxidant. The specialty can be kept for two weeks or so, at room temperature.

“AGELESS” absorbs the oxygen inside the package so that the confectionery inside lasts longer. It is a food preserving technology developed in Japan. Since it is NOT edible, never put AGELESS in your mouth!

Also, remove the AGELESS before you wave “Hagi no Tsuki.”

Refrigerate it during summer. “Hagi no Tsuki” comes with a taste that is refreshing and soothing.

Ingredients legally required to be indicated: Flour, egg, milk