Toraya "Wagashi no Kobako", "Akoya, Midoridai", "Tsubaki Mochi, Beni
(All images are sourced from Toraya's official website)



no Kobako

Akoya Mid


Tsubaki Mochi Beni

Toraya announced on its official website that "Wagashi no Kobako", "Akoya Midoridai" and "Tsubaki Mochi Beni" will be available as limited quantity confections from Toraya. All of them will be available only at the Akasaka store in Tokyo.


no Kobako "Wagashi no Kobako" is a small assortment of rabbit confections associated with the year of the rabbit and other spring confections. It evokes a scene of a cute rabbit playing in a spring field.

Reservations will be accepted from January 15, 2023, and the sweets will be delivered from February 1 to 15, 2023. The price is 3,240 yen (tax included, same below).

Toraya "Wagashi no Kobako
Japanese confectionery "kobako" (small box of wagashi)

Akoya Mid

oridai "Akoya Midoridai Yokan with Ogura-an" will also be available. Akoya is one of the representative sweets of the Kansai region and is also called hichichigiri or itadaki. Akoya" is also called "Hichichigiri" or "Itadaki." It represents an Akoya shell holding a pearl, and this time it will be made in green out of three colors: red, white, and green.

The price is 540 yen. The product will be on sale from February 16 to March 3, 2023.

Toraya "Akoya, Midoridai
Akoya, Midoridai

The "


mochi Beni" (Camellia rice cake with yellowish red bean paste) made by Domyoji will also be available. The history of "Tsubaki mochi" dates back to the Tale of Genji, and its name can be found in the Tale of Genji. This time, the red domyoji dough is wrapped with yolk red bean paste to resemble a camellia flower. The refined taste of the yolk bean paste is also a feature of this product.

Toraya "Camellia rice cake, red
Camellia cake, red

The price is 540 yen. It will be on sale from February 16 to 24, 2023.