These round dumplings feature flavored vegetables or edible wild plants that are stuffed in a wrapper made from wheat and buckwheat flour-based dough. No meat, fish, or eggs are used in our oyaki. They are very popular with vegetarians!
What is “Oyaki”?
A local dish of Nagano Prefecture, oyaki are dumplings made from a wheat and buckwheat dough that is wrapped around a filling of flavored vegetables or edible wild plants.
In the past, they were often cooked at home and gained popularity both as a main dish and snack.
Irohado’s oyaki are quickly fried after the filling has been stuffed into our chewy dough. Afterwards, they are baked to perfection in a hot kiln.
You can enjoy both crispy and fluffy textures, in addition to the freshly baked taste.
- Made with wheat flour, buckwheat flour, and soy products.
Limited time products which feature seasonal ingredients.
No meat, fish, or eggs are used in our oyaki.
They are very popular with vegetarians!