Kamome Sanbon with Teshima Lemon

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Lemons from Teshima,an island blessed with spring water,and Sanuki Wasanbon meet to form a seagull.Crispy texture created by two nature's bounty.May the flocks of the seagulls to carry happiness across the sea.

Sanuki Wasanbon's "San" is the sun,"Bon" is good.The blessings of the sun have created happy Japanese dried sweets.

size  Exterior: 10cm x 10cm x 1.8cm
Internal capacity 6 pieces
Raw materials
Wasanbon sugar (Kagawa Prefecture), lemon juice (from Toshima, Kagawa Prefecture), lemon peel (from Toshima, Kagawa Prefecture)
expiry date 3 months or more
Preservation method Please avoid high -temperature and humid places.
Please enjoy as soon as possible after opening.

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Teshima,a small island in the Setouchi,has an abundance of clear water gushing out from many places at its foot.This spring water moistens the island and brings a rich harvest of lemons and other prodects to the island.

Since the time the abandoned farmland was cleared for tree planting,Teshima has been consistently committed to cultivation without the use of pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, or other synthetic materials,and has continued to plant lemon trees year after year,gradually becoming known as the lemon island.

Each Teshima lemon is unique,with a wild appearance and taste.Large or small, smooth or bumpy skin,everything is the blessing of nature.Lemons,which grows slowly with the power of nature,grow into flavorful lemons with delicious taste. Because they are pesticide-free,Teshima lemons can be eaten to the peel.To make the most of its charm,the juice is powdered and the peel is mixed with Wasanbon.

The sourness of fruit juice and peel flavor that spreads in the mouth at the same time.The Wasanbon brings out the best of the ingredients.Please enjoy the crispy texture created by the combination of Sanuki Wasanbon and Teshima lemon.

"Namichidori",a combination of the words "Nami(wave)" and "chidori(plover)," means to overcome both large and small waves together by comparing the waves to the world, and represents happy marriage and safety of the family.Chidori also has the meanings of "winning luck" and "goal achievement," and both are popular as a good luck pattern.

When the cover is removed, the box inside is made of richly textured paper that can be reused as a gift box.Our wish for "make small happiness circulating" is spreading across the sea.