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Wagashi, a traditional Japanese sweet can be said as a representative of all Japanese sweets. The main ingredients of wagashi are mochi and anko in various colors. This post will introduce you the varieties of wagashi andat the last will also post the easiest recipe of anko you can try on your own.
Japanese sweets are always one of the best popular genre of food among people from abroad. This post will be a perfect guide to all kinds of Japanese sweets. Check this post and find your favorite!
As you might already know, Japan is a nation full of great cuisines. Especially winter, many great foods make their appearance. This post will be a great guide to all of you who would like to enjoy winter foods in Japan.We also have posted some links to our other posts so if you are interested, please visit them for further information.
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!
Mochi is a very popular sweet in Tokyo. It is most often red bean paste covered in rice flour. It's sticky, yet not too sweet and fun to eat. There are a lot of different flavours to try and each shop has its differentiating point. Why not try a few to see the difference for yourself!
There are different types of daifuku, mochi in Japan. The most common daifuku is called ichigo-daifuku (strawberry mochi) or mame-daifuku (bean mochi), but recently new types of daifuku have been discovered. So here's a list of places where you can try authentic to novel daifuku in Osaka!