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Introducing Wagashi (Japanese traditional sweets)

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The history of Wagashi

The history of Wagashi

There are various kind of Wagashi. You can enjoy luxurious ones with green tea or you can enjoy more casual ones on daily basis, such as Dorayaki or Daihuku, Ea...
Traditional wagashi Botamochi / Ohagi

Traditional wagashi Botamochi / Ohagi

Botamochi and Ohagi are Japanese sweet made with rice and azuki (red beans paste). Japanese people enjoy this sweet in Higan(Buddhist holiday during the Spring ...
“ Dorayaki “ Bean Jam pancake

“ Dorayaki “ Bean Jam pancake

This pancake was named after the musical instrument, Dora (Gong in English), which has the rounded shape and just looks like it. The origin of this cake goes ba...
Anmitsu

Anmitsu

It is made of small translucent cubes of agar jelly and served in a bowl with sweet azuki(red beans paste), boiled green peas and mitsu( sweet black syrup). Wit...
Kintsuba

Kintsuba

This is one of the wagashi(Japanese traditional sweet) They are made from anko(red beans taste) which was dipped into the very light batter and cooked. It has t...
What I want you to eat with Akafuku in Ise

What I want you to eat with Akafuku in Ise

In 2016, G7 summit took place in Ise-Shima in Mie prefecture. Japanese prime minister, Abe Shinzou mentioned that he decided to hold summit there because he wan...
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