What is Cake.jp?
Cake.jp is Japan's popular E-commerce shop for cake & desserts.
With their mission on Delivering "surprises", Cake.jp is boasts over 8000 registered items and 1.5 million users.
The Brand: Ichifuku Hyakka 一福百果 by Seikodo 清光堂
- The brand from Ehime prefecture, promises to produce desserts using Ehime's local ingredients (oranges & mandarins)
- Founded in 1952
- The fusion of Ehime orange and mochi skin represents the brand; the orange daifuku mochi cake has been very popular widely in Japan.
About Whole Mandarin Daifuku (Marugoto Mikan Daifuku)
- Rice Cake (Gyu-hi 求肥) is made hand by hand with care to create the soft & melting texture. Not to mention, the it uses mochi-rice flour from Japan.
- Not only do they use Ehime's mandarins, they also select the perfect "3S-Size" because it has the perfect balance of sweetness and sourness which suits for the daifuku rice cake. Every white pith are removed carefully hand by hand.
- The premium white bean paste called Shiro Tebo Mame (白手亡豆) from Hokkaido is used. The paste is finely added into the mochi cake skin.
- Of course, every piece is wrapped nicely by hands with care.
What it consists of
Ehime Mandarin Mikan:
using Mandarins from Nan-Yo area of Ehime. Nan-yo is very famous in Japan for the production place of mandarins. (Nan-Yo consists of Uwa-Jima, Nishi-Uwa, and Yawata-Hama 宇和島、西宇和、八幡浜)
Ehime Beni Madonna
When it comes to Japan's finest orange, it is either Beni Madonna or Setoka. This Daifuku uses Ehime Beni Madonna. Beni Madonna is known for its fragileness. Although it's very delicate to grow, the texture is beyond our imagination; it is as soft as fruit jellies, the sweetness is one of the highest of all Japanese oranges.
Ehime Amanatsu Orange
Amanatsu Orange has sourness that goes well with sweetness. With it, it will never gets you bored.
Ehime Shima Hassaku Orange
Shima Hassaku has sourness and often used as ingredient for syrup, juice and etc... This one is perfect for those who are not good with too sweet desserts.
622g (6 Pieces: 3 Mandarin Mikan, 1 Beni Madonna, 1 Shima Hassaku, 1 Amanatsu)
- Mikan Daifuku: mikan citrus, white common bean, sugar, glutinous rice flour, potato starch, trehalose, thickening polysaccharide,
- Beni Madonna Citrus Daifuku: Beni Madonna citrus in syrup, white common bean, sugar, sugar, glutinous rice flour, potato starch, trehalose, thickening polysaccharide, acidifier,
- Hassaku Citrus Daifuku: Hassaku citrus in syrup, white common bean, sugar, glutinous rice flour, potato starch, trehalose, thickening polysaccharide, acidifier,
- Amanatsu Citrus Daifuku: Amanatsu citrus in syrup, white common bean, sugar, glutinous rice flour, potato starch, trehalose, thickening polysaccharide, acidifier
- Store in freezer.
- Thawing: store in refrigerator for 2 hours before consumption.
- Please consume within 3 days from thawing.