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White bean paste made from sugar beans cooked in our store is wrapped in gouhi and covered with the highest quality sugar “Wasanbon sugar” and green tea. The full-bodied sweetness that unravels the moment you put it in your mouth and the lightly scented matcha are the reasons for its popularity.
The use of carefully selected ingredients makes it possible to bring out an elegant sweetness with a strong presence.
It goes well with matcha, coffee, and tea.

Origin of the name
The name of Hikone’s famous confectionary “Urare-gi” is derived from “Umoreginoya”, a wretched house where the 13th lord of Hikone Castle, Naosuke Ii, spent his younger days. Our store was trusted by the Ii family, the lords of Hikone, and as the official supplier of the Ii family, we also handled confectionaries as gifts for other families.

Our commitment to ingredients
Our homemade red bean paste is made with the utmost care and time.
The basics of Japanese sweets begin with the cooking of the “bean paste”.
Using a traditional method that has been around for over 200 years, we use carefully selected ingredients.
We use homemade red bean paste made by using traditional methods that have been used for over 200 years, using carefully selected raw materials and sparing no time and effort.

The highest quality sugar is used luxuriously.
Wasanbon, which is produced in Tokushima, the land of Awa, is considered to be the highest grade of sugar. The sweetness that melts on the tongue is happiness itself.

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