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Having reached a high level of success
over the years with our Western-style
butter sandwich cookies,
PRESS BUTTER SAND (*PBS) is now creating
a new companion brand of
Japanese sweets, called HACHI.
Our mission is to further enchant customers
in Japan and beyond with confectioneries
that combine Japanese ingredients and
traditional methods with the expertise that
has made PBS such a successful brand.
HACHI confectioneries will transcend
Japanese and Western confectionery styles,
combining the best of both worlds, offering
new and exciting products that are sure to
impress and delight. We invite you to join us on
our mission to provide the world with unique
The name HACHI means “eight” in Japanese.
“Eight" signifies the concept of infinity and is considered
by Japanese to be an auspicious number.
The concept of infinity is also expressed in HACHI’s seasonal
offerings that reflect the ever-changing four seasons.
The octagonal shape is also considered auspicious and
is closely associated with harmony in Japanese culture.
Therefore, Japanese sweets are sometimes served
on octagonally-shaped plates.
The cookie dough is made with a combination
of Japanese kinako soybean flour and Japanese
rice flour for a crispy, yet sumptuous texture.
Two types of soybean flour are carefully
selected: rich black kinako soybean flour made
from black soybeans and Kyoto-style soybean flour,
which is roasted over a long period of time.
The inside contains an azuki buttercream filling made
with rich buttercream and amanatto made from
dainagon azuki beans from Hokkaido. This butter
sandwich cookie brings out the best of both
Japanese and Western ingredients.
The Oridora sweet is made of soft and
chewy dorayaki pancake batter, with
azuki butter cream filling inside.
The slight crunch of the amanatto,
made from Tokachi azuki
beans, in the filling contrasts
perfectly with the rich
creaminess of the butter.
This confection is made with Habutaemochi
- a silky, fluffy rice cake made with
mochi sticky rice, sugar and Japanese
molasses. The round rice cake contains
in its center a sweet Hokkaido azuki bean paste,
which is itself filled with
whipped butter cream.