Japanese sweets

Meika Kanonji

Kanonji City has been developed as a market since ancient times, The city was called kanonji from the fact that kouboudaishi(kukai)dedicated kannon to jinngu temple(now kanonji temple ) in 807( Daido 2 )
The mark of branding iron on the front surface of” kanonji”
coin form of "Kan Ei Tsu Ho".
The circle stands for "smooth" and the square stands for "simple and strong". When you put it in your mouth, a faint scent will melt into it.
We hope that we can convey the spirit of craftmanship of making sweets using carefully selected ingredients.
Please enjoy a bite of blissful taste.