Lifestyle magazine with azuki and Japanese 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 dail...
Traditonal wagashi “Ohagi”

Traditonal wagashi “Ohagi”

Ohagi is very popular beans dessert and familiar to all Japanese people. There are various names of it, depending on the...
daihuku

What determine the flavor of Anko

What determine the flavor of Anko ― Get to know the flavor besides sweetness and find your favorite Anko   Anko swe...
Taste perception and astringent taste

Taste perception and astringent taste

~ Sent, how to preserve, how to produce can change the flavor~ Contains a lot of starch? Azuki is deeply ingrained in Ja...
Planting Azuki beans

Planting Azuki beans

 I often received the inquiries about when we harvest those beans. Some customers even ask us to send new beans around A...
Kagami-mochi

Kagami-mochi

The Kagami-mochi first appeared in around 14th. The name Kagami is said to have originated from its resemblance to a mir...
Nourishment and effectiveness

Nourishment and effectiveness

About Azuki  It has low calorie … Koshi-Ann(red beans paste) has half as much calorie as shortcake.   You may think...
Eitaro's kintsuba

Why is Eitaro’s Kintsuba round?

Kintsuba is one of the Wagashi(Japanese traditional sweets). They are made from anko(red bean pastes) which was dipped i...
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