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Wagashi is traditional Japanese tea-time confectionery containing red bean, kidney beans, glutinous rice, powdered rice, sweet potatoes, sesame, agar-agar and sugar. Importantly, the constituent sugar is natural and unrefined. 476 more words


Syogetsu's Wagashi (嘯月 の 和菓子), Kyoto

The first owner trained at Toraya before moving on to start Syogetsu in 1916. The shop moved to its current location in 1988, specializing in making pre-ordered wagashi (Japanese sweets). 499 more words

Japanese Cuisine

Ningyocho (人形町), Sakura Tea (桜湯) and Wagashi (和菓子)

One of the things I like most about our trips to Japan is the opportunity we have to try things that are uniquely Japanese, or are unusual to us. 1,373 more words


The Daitengu of Daisen, Hōkibō

Does the term “Tengu” mean anything to you? Although sometimes translated as “goblin,” “gargoyle,” or simply “demon”, this particular type of mythical creature conjures images of human-esque anatomy, attire of a… 888 more words


Hanoi - Jul 19, 2014

I’m always fascinated by Wagashi!!! So cute!

p/s: i did IELTS exam this morning. Satisfy with what i did. Fighting!