Our confectionaries were also featured in various media such as TV and magazines.
"NEMURIGAKI ZUKUSHI" has been introduced many times as the yokan of the imperial household, and many media have taken our specialty confectionery as a well-established flavor and as a gourmet order.
On January 2, 2017 on the national network broadcast, a gourmet company president, introduced our product, "TSUKINO FUKUFUKU MOCHI" by telling the audience that he would spend a 300,000yen for a helicopter just to eat our sweet.
Our NEMURIGAKI ZUKUSHI was introduced as the "Yokan of the imperial household" on June 8, 2014. (Sun)
Our HONWARABI MOCHI was introduced as a ”Honwarabi mochi inheriting the Edo recipe" on January 13, 2013.
Our confectionaries were introduced by the mainroad guide, Mr. Kankuro Nakamura, as a traditional Japanese sweet on the Nakama Kaido on August 2012.
A food journalist introduced our confectionaries as an "Unique Japanese confectionery of a mountain village".
Among the popular souvenirs from Nagoya, along with lobster crackers and uiro, our products were introduced as "special gem".
A prominent female violinist feature our product as a representative of the taste of autumn.
A food culture historian researcher who has produced many foods for the main characters in the NHK period drama, introduced the origin meaning of our confectionery name “ZUKUSHI” and its special recipe.
Our "Historic roadway Semi-baked Cheesecake" won the "Sweets Grand Prix Winter season" category sponsored by Rakuten and we were featured.
News about the decision to open our sweets shop in Beijing was featured.