Sumida Modern Certified Products and Restaurant Menus 2010-2015

15Sumida Modern 2010-2015 Certified ProductsYamadaya’s Japanese Confectionary made with only high-quality ingredients are popular for their softness and natural sweetness. The wrapping paper with designs of Edo period ghost stories “Honjo Nana-fushigi” (seven Honjo mysteries) has been popular since its foundation.These began with mochi being wrapped in salted cherry leaves from the banks of the Sumida River in Edo times. These have been popular since the Edo era with visitors to shrines at New Year, and for cherry-blossom viewing. The aroma of the leaves, and elegant bean paste provide an exquisite balance of sweetness.The tea shop dumplings on the banks of the river are written about in the poems of Ariwara no Narihira, and Kototoi dumplings were named in the first year of Meiji. These simple dumplings, which are not on sticks, are just as beautiful in today’s modern era.Full of calcium, minerals and protein. But salted sparingly. This boiled tsukudani series was born at the end of the Showa era, to open a new era. This flavor, born from repeated trial and error, still attracts people today.Because fresh green herb, yomogi (mugwort) is used, the flavor is different depending on the season. In the spring, the mugwort is soft, and in the summer it has the deep fragrance of grass. In the fall and winter it has the texture of dietary fiber. It has the bittersweet taste which the writers and artisans have long been familiar with.Taste test this set of three different Japanese seaweed and soy sauce combinations such as “Strong Soy Sauce x Ariake Toasted Seaweed”. Each one has been carefully hand-rolled. Experience the ultimate in taste, born of 100 years of experience and skill.Yamadaya’s Japanese Confectionary[Yamadaya]Mochi Wrapped with Cherry Leaves[Chomeiji Sakuramochi]Kototoi Dumplings[Kototoi Dango]Tsukudani “Wakani” Series[Ebiya Sohonpo Co., Ltd.]Yomogi Green Herb Mochi[Jiman Kusamochi]Azuma Arare’s Norimaki Rice Crackers[Azuma Arare Honpo Co., Ltd.]909392918988Sorbets are generally made with cooked fruits, but this fresh fruit sorbet is made from only raw, uncooked fruit. The maker waits until the fruits are fully ripe, and then captures their peak flavors into the sorbet. Ohagi is a rice cake covered with bean jam. This ohagi includes a terajima eggplant, which was a popular vegetable during the Edo period. Terajima eggplant, boiled in sugar, gives this rice cake the tart, sweet flavor of green apple. *Available during the summer (only on Wednesdays)An ice-cream sandwich made with 2 soft Japanese crackers called nuresen. Nuresen are rice crackers soaked in a traditional salty-sweet sauce, and their unique flavor serves as a perfect complement to the soft-serve ice cream. Fresh Fruit Sorbets[Machiyasu Co., Ltd.]Terajima Eggplant Ohagi[Sakamoto Senbei Co., Ltd.]949596Ice Cream “Nure-soft ” of Rice Cracker Shop [Mirindo Ltd.]

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