Irohado’s “Oyaki”

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.

Varieties
Basic item

Vegetable Mix
220 yen / piece

An oyaki that is filled with a mix of vegetables that includes cabbage, carrots, onions, and Nozawana.

Nozawana
220 yen / piece

This miso-flavored oyaki features Nozawana, a popular pickled leafy vegetable.

Negimiso
220 yen / piece

An oyaki with sweet and spicy miso and Japanese leek.

Kiriboshi Daikon
220 yen / piece

An oyaki with dried radish that has been boiled and flavored with miso. Also contains Japanese leeks and carrots.

Bunashimeji
220 yen / piece

Made with bunashimeji mushrooms from Nagano Prefecture. Also contains chopped Japanese leek.

Kabocha
220 yen / piece

A popular oyaki that highlights the sweet flavor of kabocha pumpkin.

Tsubu-an
220 yen / piece

This oyaki contains a lightly sweetened red bean paste.

Seasonal Oyaki
Limited item

Limited time products which feature seasonal ingredients.

Nanohana
280 yen / piece

[Spring Exclusive] An oyaki made with Nanohana (rapeseed blossoms).

Udo
280 yen / piece

[Spring Exclusive] A soy-sauce flavored oyaki made with Udo (Japanese spikenard).

Kogomi
280 yen / piece

[Spring Exclusive] An oyaki made with the edible wild plant, Kogomi (ostrich fern).

Nobiro
280 yen / piece

[Spring Exclusive] An oyaki made with the edible wild plant, Nobiro (wild rocamble).

Fukimiso
280 yen / piece

[Spring Exclusive] An oyaki that contains fuki (Japanese butterbur) and Shinshu miso.

Nasu
220 yen / piece

[Summer Exclusive] An eggplant oyaki.

Spicy Miso Nasu
220 yen / piece

[Summer Exclusive] Our eggplant oyaki with the addition of a spicy miso.

Tomato Flavor Summer Vegetables
300 yen / piece

[Summer Exclusive] Summer vegetables stir-fried in olive oil with a tomato sauce.

Satsumaimo
250 yen / piece

[Fall Exclusive] An oyaki featuring sweet potato.

Kuri-an
350 yen / piece

[Fall Exclusive] This oyaki is filled with our kuri-an, a chestnut paste made only with chestnuts and sugar.

Maitake
330 yen / piece

[Winter Exclusive] Crunchy maitake mushrooms flavored with soy-sauce.

Jyagaimo
250 yen / piece

[Winter Exclusive] An oyaki with potatoes, onions, green peas, and carrots.

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Irohado’s “Oyaki”

No meat, fish, or eggs are used in our oyaki.
They are very popular with vegetarians!