Langue De Chat

The treat has been crafted into a relatively thick slab for a proper experience of its flavors, and the combination of crumbly cookie and rich chocolate is simply excellent.

We are currently offering langue de chat with 12 flavors.

All shortening and emulsifiers used in the product are soy-based, and no pork-based or alcoholic ingredients were used.
We do not also use partially hydrogenated fats in our products.

OEM support is available for packaging and design.


A light cookie dough filled with chocolate cream.
We have three types of flavour, Vanilla, strawberry and Matcha.

We do not use any alcohol or pork ingredients.


Originating in Germany, Baumkuchen is a layer cake with characteristic rings which resemble tree rings when sliced.

This is a high quality layer cake made with the best ingredients. It is moist and fluffy.
These are halal certified.

We supply very delicious Baumkuchen.

Bean Snacks

This is a snack made from roasted soybeans and coated with powder.
It is a nutritious and healthy snack made from whole soybeans, which are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals.

These are halal certified.


Bekko Candy is a traditional Japanese flavor that has been sold at festivals and street stalls since ancient times.

We wanted to share Japan’s wonderful candy culture with everyone, so we created beautiful Japanese-themed bekko candies. These bekko candies are meticulously crafted in a golden color, with designs inspired by “Maneki-neko” (beckoning cat), “Daruma,” “Sakura” (cherry blossoms), “Sumo,” and “Mount Fuji,” paying attention to both their appearance and taste.


MOCHIKON is a healthy sweet that is made of konjac but has a “soft and chewy texture” like a mochi.
This is the perfect sweets for those who are health-conscious.

This product has halal certified.


These gummies are manufactured with konjac.
It contains no animal ingredients, is high in dietary fiber, and has zero fat. They are very healthy snacks.

Warabi Mochi

Warabi-mochi is a traditional Japanese sweet made by mixing bracken starch with water and sugar, heating it while stirring, and then cooling it to set. It has a history of over 1100 years in Japan.

Warabi-mochi has a delightful, chewy texture with a pleasant mouthfeel. Since warabi-mochi itself doesn’t have a strong flavor, it’s a confectionery that emphasizes texture. It is commonly enjoyed with toppings such as kinako (soybean flour), black syrup, matcha (green tea), cocoa, or sesame.

Please savor the flavors of traditional Japanese confectionery.