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Making Japanese sweets that make the most of the taste of the ingredients

Add a preservative to extend the best-by date.

Add coloring because flashy colors will increase your appetite.

The sweeter one sells, so add more sugar ...


Isn't such Japanese sweets increasing recently?

At Sekisei-an, I had doubts about such Japanese sweets.


Sekisei-an's Japanese sweets


It doesn't use preservatives, so it doesn't last very long.

Since no chemical seasoning is used, the color is plain and the shape is not good.

The sugar is also as modest as possible, so it's not enough.




I want to deliver freshly made Japanese sweets.

I want children to eat it too.

I want you to feel the taste of the ingredients.


I think that, one by one, I carefully make trials over and over again to make Japanese sweets.

Please enjoy the taste of the ingredients.

​How to buy

You can purchase it when the event opens or by making a reservation.

Due to the short expiration date, we do not ship it.

If you are in the neighborhood, we can deliver it, so please feel free to contact us.


List of Japanese sweets

The lineup of sweets changes depending on the season.

Please see SNS for the latest information.

​Here is an example of sweets.


It is a representative of sweets used in the tea ceremony in Kanto.

Since it is colored with natural materials, the color is light, but various shapes can be made .

Ingredients: rice cake powder, white bean paste (bean paste)

Red and white bun

We do not use wheat or leavening agents for the dough, but use Yamato potatoes from Tako, Chiba prefecture.
For the bean paste, we used red beans from Hokkaido and major dead beans to make white bean paste (red) and black bean paste (white).
Since no additives or preservatives are used and it does not last for a long time, we only accept orders.
On request, we can also make a vanity case or an original branding iron.
[Red] Sugar, major dead beans (produced in Hokkaido), fine flour, yam, rice candy, red yeast rice
[White] Sugar, red beans (produced in Hokkaido), fine flour, yam, rice candy
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