Mizu Yokan 水ようかん
by Imuraya 井村屋
Yokan is a general term for a thick, jellied dessert typically made with red bean paste, agar, and sugar. Mizu Yokan is a type of yokan that is made with more water than usual. It is often chilled, sliced into smaller servings, and served during the summer due to its refreshing taste.
Yubari Melon Pure Jelly 夕張メロンピュアゼリー
By Hori ホリ
Yubari Melon Pure Jelly is made from the crisp and juicy slice of a Hokkaido-grown cantaloupe called the Yubari Melon. We recommend eating this jelly either chilled or frozen.
Mikan Jelly みかんゼリー
By Zao Highland Farm 蔵王高原農園
Mikan means mandarin orange, which along with other citrus fruits, are commonly eaten throughout the summer to stay cool. We recommend chilling this tangy jelly before enjoying its sweet orange flavor.
Yuzu Mochi 柚子もち
By Ito Seika 伊藤製菓
Yuzu is a citrus fruit originating in East Asia that is commonly added to desserts and drinks due to its aromatic smell and refreshing taste. We recommend taking small bites instead of popping the whole snack into your mouth to achieve a flavorful balance of yuzu and mochi.
By Tenkeiseika 天恵製菓
Monaka is a traditional dessert made of azuki red bean filling sandwiched between two crisp mochi-based wafers. We’ve chosen two traditional flavors of monaka for you to try: red bean（粒あん） and chestnut（栗粒）.
By Maeda-En 前田園
Mugicha is a roasted barley grain tea that is caffeine-free. It has a toasty, nutty taste with slightly bitter undertones. Mugicha is considered a cooling beverage and is typically served cold during the summer.