Pasco "Nagoyan-like bread

Shikishima Baking (Pasco) will sell "Nagoyan-like bread" inspired by Nagoya's famous "Nagoyan" confectionery for a limited time. The product will be on sale from June 1 to July 31. Kanto, Chubu, Kansai, Chugoku, and Shikoku regions. The price is open.

Nagoyan-like bread

Nagoyan-like Bread" is a sweet bread inspired by "Nagoyan," a baked sweet that is a long-selling product of Pasco and well-known as Nagoya's famous confectionery. The dough is made of domestic wheat flour, just like "Nagoyan". It is also wrapped in a yellow bean paste based on the bean paste used in "Nagoyan" and injected with whipped cream to make it look and feel similar to "Nagoyan".


Nagoyan" is a baked sweet that was originally called "Kinshachi Manju," a sponge cake baked in 1957 with lots of sugar and eggs and baked in the style of sponge cake, and was launched in 1958. The name "Nagoyan" was derived from a passionate desire to "give it a name that would be more familiar to the people of Nagoya. Since then, it has been well received by many people as a famous confectionery representing Nagoya, and is a long-selling product that celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2018. In recent years, it has also been exported, mainly to China, making it a Japanese confectionery that is not only available in Japan but also globally.