These Luxurious Dokumanju Confections Are Made With Detoxifying Chameleon Plant

15.August.2018 | FOOD

Atami Onsen Dokumanju is a Japanese-Chinese product that is made with chameleon plan and has a detoxification effect. It was released on August 8.

The chameleon plant used in this manju, a popular Japanese confection, is harvested around Japan. The manju is also made with pesticide-free red bean paste from Hyogo Prefecture as well as a small amount arrowroot from Kagoshima Prefecture and Miyazaki Prefecture. The strained bean paste is made from Hokkaido adzuki beans.

They come in an authentic Japanese box made delicately with wood from Mie Prefecture. Because each box is handmade one by one, no two are exactly the same.

Each box comes with a fortune slip to ensure good luck to each owner. The boxes are also inscribed by calligrapher Sōun Takeda.


These fancy manju make for a great Japanese style gift. Why not pick one up yourself?



Atami Onsen Dokumanju

Contents: 4

Expiry Date: 7 days after purchase

Storage: Keep out of direct sunlight. Store in a cool, dry place.

Price: ¥1,500 (Tax Included)