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What Is Japanese Christmas Food?

Have you ever wondered what the Japanese eat for Christmas? Although Japan isn't a Christian country and they don't actually have days off for Christmas, it is still a very highlighted holiday across the country. Let's take a look at typical Japanese Christmas food.

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5 Selected Cafes in Osaka that You Cannot Miss

When you're in Osaka you tend to go to more of touristy places such as Namba and Umeda, and you might find many different cafes, but not as unique as the ones below! There are lots and lots of brilliant cafes to visit in Osaka that not many people know. For more information, check the following places!

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MUST-EAT Street food at Nakamise Shopping Street, Asakusa!

Asakusa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots where visitors can experience Japanese traditions. The top three symbols to see in Asakusa are the beautiful and old temple, Sensoji; the unique and huge gate, Kaminarimon; and the traditional and exciting shopping street, Nakamise dori. All are very close to Asakusa Station. When you go to Nakamise dori/shopping street, don't miss the tasty street food as they have a lot of Japanese snacks that you can eat only there!

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Melon Pan: Where To Eat It In Tokyo's Iconic Stores And How To Make It At Home (Recipe Included)!

Have you ever tried melon pan? It is a bread you can only find in Japan! There are many melon pan stands located in Tokyo, so this article will introduce some of the best melon pan stands for you! Also, we've added a recipe so that you can attempt to make it at home if you aren't in Japan.

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Most Delicious Taiyaki in Tokyo

Taiyaki is a classic dessert you must try in Japan. It is often sold in stands, and it smells heavenly as you walk by. Taiyaki are sweets shaped as a fish ("tai") often filled with red bean paste or cream. There are a multitude of seasonal variations to try as well, such as sweet potato, or chestnut.

Lili Wanderlust
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Oshiruko (Red Bean Soup) : Winter Comfort Dessert of Japan <Easy Recipe>

Oshiruko is basically a sweet red bean soup with mochi (rice cake). It is a Japanese comfort food, eaten as a dessert, which is particularly popular in winter. Here is the ultimate guide to oshiruko. You'll find out what it is, the difference between oshiruko and a similar dish called "zenzai", and also an easy recipe so you can enjoy at home!

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6 Recommended Chocolate Stores in Tokyo!

Everyone loves chocolate, right? So we made a list of places where you can buy chocolates in Japan! Why not get some as a souvenir for your family and friends?

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Must-Eat Matcha Desserts in Tokyo

Matcha can be referred as finely powdered green tea. Although it is not too common to drink pure matcha in recent days, there are many places that use matcha to make desserts and drinks.Here are a few must-eat matcha desserts in Japan to enjoy the true Japanese matcha flavor!

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The 8 Best Places for Japanese Crepes in Harajuku!

Known mostly for its uber-cute and alternative fashion styles, Harajuku has one more claim to fame - Crepes! Make sure to add this to your list of things to do in Harajuku and leave plenty of room to eat, 'cos these crepes can get pretty addictive.

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A Heavenly Cream Roll "Dojima Roll" - You Will Love It!

There is a dessert you need to try when you come to Japan, it is the "Dojima roll". Dojima roll is a cream roll, or swiss roll, which is a fluffy cake made with rich whipped cream. It is a famous dessert people all over the country are raving about. This article will introduce you to Dojima rolls and where to get them.

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Rolling in Japan: "ROLL ICE CREAM FACTORY" Has Opened in Tokyo!!!

The rolled ice cream originated in Thailand is what everyone is going crazy for. You probably have seen pictures or videos on Instagram or other social media. In New York, it has been very popular and people often make a long line for this new type of ice cream. This summer, it has finally been launched for the first time in Japan at "ROLL ICE CREAM FACTORY" in Harajuku, Tokyo, so we went to give it a try!

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What's Mizu Yokan And How To Make It?

Japan's summer often gets very hot and humid. Mizu yokan (水ようかん), or red bean sweet jelly, is one of the popular summer desserts of Japan that can make you cool down. This article will introduce what is mizu yokan and how people enjoy it. Also, I will introduce a recipe of how to make authentic mizu yokan!

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4 Selected Restaurants to Eat "ANMITSU", A Japanese Traditional Dessert, In Ueno, Tokyo!

Anmitsu is a traditional Japanese dessert that people in Japan love to eat during the summer! Ice cream, mochi rice balls called shiratama, agar jelly with red bean paste are put together to create the harmony of flavors of the anmitsu Japanese dessert.

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Mizu Manju : A Traditional Summer Dessert of Japan That Is Too Beautiful To Eat

What is Mizu Manju (水まんじゅう/水饅頭)? It is one of the Japanese-style desserts (also called wagashi) in summer. This is a ultimate guide to this jelly-like beautiful dessert mizu manju, including the definition, variations, and how to make.

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Lists of Delicious Japanese Cheesecake in Osaka

There is something special about Japanese cheesecake...and believe it or not, Osaka has a lot of delicious cheesecakes! Check the followings out!

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Top 5 Cool Desserts in Osaka!

Osaka is well known for its food culture, and they do have really good food there. Since summer is approaching, don't you feel like eating something cold and sweet? So we made a list of places where you can try cool desserts in Osaka, including modern ice cream to authentic desserts!

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No Bread, No Life! Japanese Bakery Heaven in Tokyo!

The land of rice? Think boulangerie instead! If you've ever been to Japan you've probably encountered the "Japanese Bakery" serving up delicious treats, usually located around train stations and pretty much anywhere people go. Here's 5 Japanese bakeries worth a visit in Tokyo!

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