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宮島の、味のかたち。

THE TASTE OF MIYAJIMA

もみじまんじゅうMomiji Manju

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Special care is put into Momiji Manju made at Hakataya that brings the batter and bean paste in unison to melt in your mouth. Enjoy the satisfying taste of soft fine castella cake and homemade bean paste. It’s freshly baked in-store so you can treat yourself to one hot off the mold. Seven flavors in all – tsubuan (chunky bean paste), koshian (smooth bean paste), matcha, chocolate, custard cream, cheese, and peach.

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宮島じゃけえMiyajima Jake

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Elegantly refined batter-coated and deep-fried simple snack traditionally enjoyed by workers at Momiji Manju shops.

宮島でがんすMiyajima De Gansu

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Fluffy and piping hot, inside this crispy coating is a creamy fish surimi. With the help of long-established gansu manufacturer Miyaki Fisheries, we created a brand new flavor with the sweetness of chopped onion, and a bit of spice.

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冷やしもみじChilled Momiji

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Hakataya’s finely crafted batter is delightfully tasty when chilled too, with a tart-like texture and filling that melts in your mouth. Enjoy the gentle coolness for a refreshing snack.

宮島の、文化のかたち。

SEE THE CULTURE OF MIYAJIMA

宮島杓子BIWAMiyajima Shakushi BIWA

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With the changes in our diet and backdrop of the times, we revisit the prototype of this tool essential for Japanese cooking called “shakushi” invented by Seishin, who was inspired by the beauty of the instrument, biwa. While rediscovering its original beauty, we propose new sizes and uses that meet the needs of modern living (six styles: cooking spatula, rice spatula, small rice spatula, jam spatula, spoon, and butter knife). We want it to be a tool for serving food, not just rice.

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HAKU × BIWA 箸枕HAKU x BIWA chopstick holder

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With the tiniest decor on the table, we create a special time and ambience. A combination of two traditional techniques, gold, silver, and metal leaf and polishing.
[ polishing ] : Using a file, the surface of the wood is finished by polishing only. [ gold leaf ] : Gold leaf that is 1/10000 of a millimeter, thin enough to see through, faithfully picks up the precision of the underlying material and brings out the beauty of the wood grain to its fullest.

宮島杓子の由来How Miyajima got its shakushi

The rice scoop popularly used in kitchens across the nation was invented by a Shinsenji Temple priest roughly 200 years ago during the Kansei Era (late 18th century). During a time when Japan’s culinary culture shifted from eating porridge to white rice, the shakushi, also known as Miyajima, spread throughout the country as a kitchen tool and a status symbol.

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宮島お砂焼き SAMONMiyajima Osunayaki SAMON

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Softly bringing together the sand prints that gently sway in the waves that brush up against the shrine building and the Itsukushima Shrine crest (triple hexagon, double-tortoiseshell with swords and petals), SAMON lets you feel with all of your senses.

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宮島お砂焼きの由来The origins of Miyajima Osunayaki

The people of Akinokuni (now western Hiroshima Prefecture) used to come to Itsukushima Shrine to pray for a safe trip before heading out on a journey and would take with them sand from underneath the main hall for protection, calling it osuna-mamori, or sand amulet. Later when they returned safely, they would add sand from their destination and return the doubled amount. This custom was called osuna-gaeshi.During the Edo Period (Tenmei and Kansei Eras) ritual implements used in the Kangensai Festival were made with clay that had this spiritual sand mixed in. This was the beginning of the pottery known today as Miyajima-yaki.
Because of the sand (suna) mixed into the clay, this good-fortune pottery loved by the people also came to be known as Osunayaki.

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