Meet our Makers & Curators

Made from the heart, 5,200km away

Meet the people behind the deliciousness of each snack and those who are responsible for bringing you a taste of Japan.

Meet our Makers & Curators

Made from the heart, 

5,200km away

Meet the people behind the deliciousness

of each snack and those who are responsible

for bringing you a taste of Japan.

Kameya Foods

Maker of "Izu Wasabi Pistachio"

Kameya Foods is an authentic Japanese wasabi company from Shizuoka Prefecture, and its history can be traced back to its pickled products manufacturing days since 1947.

Sankakuya Suisan

Maker of "Shio Katsuo Udon Snack"

Under the theme of "Izu products when you come to Izu", Sankakuya Suisan produces a variety of processed foods using ingredients grown in Izu and Shizuoka Prefecture. 


Kishishoten

Maker of "Gyokuro Tea Matcha Pudding" and "Saphir Odoriko Sand Cookies"

Since 1946, Kishishoten has been producing souvenir snacks as well as seasonal pickles from the hot spring resort of Atami in Izu Peninsula.

Yamahei-Mika

Maker of "Daships Wasabi Flavour"

A dashi-specialty company, Yamahei-Mika Co. has 80 years of experience and uses ingredients from the eastern part of Shizuoka Prefecture. 


Meet Our Makers

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Azuma Arare Honpo

Azuma Arare was founded in 1910 in the heart of Ryogoku, Tokyo's sumo town, specialising in the production of delicious rice crackers.

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Edogoshiya

Made in Tokyo, Edogoshiya creates products where you can feel the essence of Japan through the content and packaging of their products.

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Hamausagi

Hamausagi has been making cute and delicious rabbit-motif Japanese sweets for over 90 years in Yokohama.

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Hinodeya Confectionery

Founded in 1924 in Toyama Prefecture, Hinodeya Confectionery is a rice snack manufacturer that uses 100% Toyama rice in their products.

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Itoken

Established in 1864, Itoken started out by making kawara-senbei on the approach to Inaba-do or Byodo-ji Temple.

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Kameya Foods

Kameya Foods is an authentic Japanese wasabi company from Shizuoka Prefecture, and its history can be traced back to its pickled products manufacturing days since 1947.

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Kishishoten

Since 1946, Kishishoten has been producing souvenir snacks as well as seasonal pickles from the hot spring resort of Atami in Izu Peninsula.

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Komatsu Seika

Komatsu Seika specialises in the production of rice crackers, and strives for excellence in delivering the finest offerings in the future.

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Kurian Fumido

Kurian Fumido has been manufacturing and selling chestnuts in Obuse City of Nagano Prefecture since its establishment in 1864.

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marl

Offering soft cookies made with ingredients mainly from the prefectures of Gifu and Aichi (Central Japan) that can be enjoyed by all generations.

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Maruya

Maruya Ochanoko Sai Sai's main store is located on Sanneizaka, the stone-paved pedestrian road in front of Kiyomizu-dera.

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NewDays

Under the theme of "Always nearby, wherever you go, whenever you return", NewDays provides attractive products and services to support the daily lives of customers who use the store.

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Ragueneau Sasaki

Established in the 17th year of the Meiji Era, Ragueneau Sasaki had its humble beginnings as a small candy store in apple kingdom Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture.

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Sankakuya Suisan

Under the theme of "Izu products when you come to Izu", Sankakuya Suisan produces a variety of processed foods using ingredients grown in Izu and Shizuoka Prefecture.

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Sawada Beikokuten

Sawada Beikokuten has been in business for over 100 years as a rice specialty store in Hokkaido.

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Shonan Chigasakiya Judai

Shonan Chigasakiya Judai sells products using seafood from the Shonan area that are loved by the locals.

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Sowa Kajuen

Sowa Kajuen is located in Arida City, Wakayama Prefecture, which boasts the largest harvest of mandarin oranges in Japan.

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Studio Socio Inc.

Established in 2003, Studio Socio Inc. is a fabless company offering one-rank higher quality confectionery and food products.

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TRAINIART

TRAINIART offers a diverse range of products, including memorabilia, designed to enhance the enjoyment of railways and foster a deeper connection with them.

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