Korokke and Wakayanagi
Crunchy on the outside and soft and crumbly on the inside, freshly fried Korokke—Japanese croquettes—taste great. Children and adults both love them. Wakayanagi can be made quickly using boiling hot water. With its clean taste and refreshing aroma, it pairs beautifully with deep-fried food.
The boiling hot water brings out sharpness. As soon as the tea has brewed for 30 seconds, counting from when you started pouring on boiling hot water, pour out and serve right away.