Seven Lucky Gods shaped Wasanbon treats


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TOMO 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 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!

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 ePacket Light(for small items only)360¥

 ePacket  800¥

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