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Matcha Ukishima Cake with Sweet Chestnut

This is one of the sweets I assorted for creating the Sweet Gift Box in an Autumn theme which I introduced on my previous post… 208 more words


Tokyo's Coolest Tea and Spirits Bar

One of the most magical tea tastings I have experienced was at Souen. The original shop was in Nishi-Azabu at a terribly inconvenient location. Souen has moved to Minami-Aoyama’s Spiral Building on the 5th floor, which is easy to access. 340 more words


Wasanbon, sweets to go with tea: 和三盆

千菓子 higashi: dry wagashi, dry sweets (no or little moisture so they stay good longer). This is the generic term, which can include a few different types. 171 more words

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Authentic Japanese Cafe in Kyoto

This is one of my favorite Japanese cafe called “Gion Komori” near the Shirakawa River in Shijo. The place is popular among Japanese girls and ambience is awesome! 123 more words


Amazing Autumn Dessert in Kyoto! 

Found this little Japanese sweets at the basement of Daimaru department store in Shijo Karasuma area in Kyoto.

The chestnut is well cooked (not too sweet) and could enjoy the natural flavor of chestnut. 97 more words


WA Pada Kata Jepang

Kalian mungkin sudah pernah melihat/mendengar kata “Wagyu”. Kata ini terdiri dari dua huruf, yaitu “Wa「和」” yang berarti Jepang dan “Gyu「牛」” yang berarti (daging) sapi dan jika digabungkan menjadi daging sapi Jepang (Japanese Beef). 36 more words

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