We are the sweet bean jelly store which has been a purveyor of Izusan Shrine, known as the god of conquering the whole country.
In Atami, I have inherited the family business of four generations from my biological great grandfather and the founder, Tokiwagi Yohkanten is still just a small Japanese sweet confectionery in Izu.
That is why we are striving to become the No.1 sweet bean jelly store in Shizuoka Prefecture, by learning from the famous stores and continuing to refine our creativity and techniques as best we can.
The "Tsurukichi Yokan" has been named after the founder. Our goal is to make it recognized by everyone in the country someday.

We are a Japanese traditional sweets store
with more than hundred year of history.

Since all our products are handmade,we might not be capable of mass production.
Instead,we aim to produce our products carefully and passionately,one by one.
We would like many people to experience our traditional sweets.

Atami Tokiwagi-Yokan store Head office

Tokiwagi Yokanten Pte. Ltd

9-1 Ginza-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka-ken Japan 4130013


Chestnut Yokan

Chestnut Yokan

We use specially-selected chestnuts processed in Japan.
Chestnuts and red beans come together to make a delicious match.
The beautifully arranged chestnuts look delicious.
We carefully adjust the sweetness of red bean to perfection,in order to remain the delicate flavor of chestnut.

Bitter Orange Yokan

Bitter Orange Yokan

Iit is hard to find any other Yokan made with such high quality red bean paste.
We also use the finest,Ministry of Agriculture,Forestry and Fisheries award-wining string-type agar in this Yokan.
We use the highest quality finely granulated sugar to create its rich flavor.
The yokan received the Monde Selection Silver Award,certifying the quality of our products.

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Hon-neri(Red bean paste) Yokan

Hon-neri Yokan

Thanks to Hokkaido's high quality red beans and the finest string-type agar with an award from Ministry of Agriculture,Forestry and Fisheries used in this Yokan,it successfully received specila award from Japan's Tourism Agency(JTA)commissioner at “Japanese Sweets Exhibition".

YUZU Yokan

yuzu sweets in Japan

yuzu yokan

We grate fresh yuzu skin and squeeze its juice for seasoning. Because we use plenty of yuzu, the aroma of this yohkan is different! For those of you who know and don’t know yuzu, please give this a try!

What is Yuzu?

One of Japanese citrus fruits which has less sourness than lemon but mild and pleasing aroma. In Japan we use yuzu to dress Japanese food and in winter we put it in bathtub and enjoy hot bath.

Matcha Yokan

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This yokan uses green tea powder from Japan’s number one tea production center, Shizuoka prefecture. We use not extracted green tea but hand-milled green tea powder, therefore you can enjoy the rich flavor of green tea.

International Taste&Quality Institute Award(ITQI)


Traditional Yokan is a red bean jelly made with unsweetened red bean paste,in order to keep the taste traditional but light.
Red bean jam in bitter Orange Yokan is not only sweet but it also has a slightly bitterness from bitter orange,which gives a refreshing aftertaste to the jelly.
Traditionally,Japanese people eat Yokan just as it is.
But we also recommend you try thinly sliced Yokan on top of crackers or diced Yokan in Yogurt.



One of the most popular sweets ammong Japanese people is "Monaka",which is made of rice(glutinous rice).

A monaka is a sweet with an bean paste filling, sandwiched between two wafers.

The wafers are typically square in shape and light brown in color. But this treat, by our shop in Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture,looks like the famous French macarons,as the name indicates.

This round sweet is in four colors and flavors.

  1,200 yen (8pcs/box)     650 yen (4pcs/box)

Expiration date: 7 days at room temperature

Pink sakura flavor  160 yen each

Orange mikan(orange)flavor   160 yen each

 Yellow yuzu(Japanese citrus) flavor   160 yen each

Green matcha flavor

Each one is priced at ¥160

They are available in a box of four, ¥650, eight ¥1,200


Mochi and Sweet-bean-paste confection coated with green-tinted soy flour.

Each one is priced at ¥160

1,300 yen (8pcs/box)