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Higashi

Higashi 干菓子 are a type of wagashi, a Japanese sweet made specifically for tea ceremony. Though you could eat wagashi without tea, they tend to be very sweet to balance the bitterness of the strong Japanese green tea served at tea ceremony. 60 more words

Japanese Things

Japanese Cakes/Wagashi 1: Introduction

There is a traditional way of making cakes in Japan that ought to please no end vegans and people allergic to wheat flour and dairy products, namely Wagashi! 592 more words

Japanese Gastronomy

Japanese sweets from Minamoto Kitchoan — KHON2

If you’re ever at Ala Moana Shopping Center, stop by Minamoto Kitchoan, their wagashi are awesome things to eat.  It’s the ultimate sweets you’ll ever try.  81 more words

Hawaii

Minamoto Kitchoan (Hawaii 2016) - Wagashi

Minamoto Kitchoan is located in Ala Moana Center and is a purveyor of “wagashi”, a traditional Japanese confection made from natural, unrefined sugars. 114 more words

Restaurant Review

わがし

わがしは伝的なもち料理です。室町時代に、砂糖(さとう)商業は上げしながら、砂糖は菓子トッピングを使いました。江戸時代に、わがし料理は人気になりました。わがしはとてもゆらたもちからいろいろ形と味作られます。わがしのゆらたは常用から、貯蔵寿命(ちょぞうじゅみょう)は違います。違うゆらたは違うわがしになります。例えば、なまがしは30%ゆらた要る(いる)ときに、とてもやわらかいです。なまがしは季節(きせつ)形作ります。

それで、いろいろもち料理はわがしから、わがし意味は伝的な日本のお菓子です。それから、わがしはとてもきれいなと美味しいダーサトです。https://www.toraya-group.co.jp/