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TOMO - WASANBON (The Seven Lucky Gods)

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Wasanbon is a rare Japanese sugar only produced in some small parts of Kagawa and Tokushima prefectures, in the Shikoku Island. It is made from a special type of sugar cane called chikusha, which grows exclusively in these areas.

Wasanbon is not a classic sugar as you can find in Western countries. It has a unique melt-in-the-mouth texture and refined sweet taste that make it a special confectionery.

Wasanbon is a quality sugar that has been made for more than 200 years with a traditional recipe.

TOMO chose to shape this sugar with the image of the Seven Lucky Gods (七福神, Shichi Fukujin):

Bishamonten (毘沙門天): the god of war and victory.

Jurojin (寿老人): the god of longevity

Ebisu (恵比寿): the god of business

Benzaiten (弁財天): the god of financial wealth

Daikokuten (大黒天): the god of marriage

Fukurokuju (福禄寿): the god of happiness

Hotei (布袋): the god of fertility

You can eat our Wasanbon like a sweet, or you can use it to sweeten your GENSHIN (玄神) or any other drink! It is also an original gift for Japanese culture lovers or simply for the gourmands!

About gift wrapping:

You can choose from five different colors of gift bags: brown, blue, red, pink and green.

If you can't decide which color to use, You can also refer to our gift wrapping page for advice!

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