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Kiddie Kashiwa Mochi

Lucky girl that I am,
I find treats on my desk now and then

Heaps of them come from our Home Ec teacher
This lovely little lady couldn’t be sweeter… 112 more words


Wagashi: 和菓子

Wagashi are Japanese sweets. For now, I will digress from Okinawa related topics and focus on Japan.

和 wa is used for “Japanese” and 菓子 kashi means “sweets” or “confections,” but it can also sort of just mean candy or snacks. 177 more words

Japanese Foods

It's double the sweetness as Meg tries sweet-bean tea ceremony treats shaped like Doraemon

After hearing that traditional Japanese sweets now come in the shape of lovable robot cat Doraemon, our food-loving writer Meg just had to give them a try! 301 more words


April 2016 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Venue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 30th April 2016

Time: 14.00– 19.00… 537 more words


Other Sweets in the Final!

I made various versions of sweets with a ‘Spring’ theme for Wasoukan Cafe. Some of them were good and some were a little experimental and challenging. 283 more words


Sakura Junction's Sweets in April at Wasoukan

As I mentioned in my previous post I have started supplying Japanese sweets to a Kimono shop Wasoukan in London. Each month I am going to develop and make 2-3 different types of Japanese sweets for them according to the seasonal theme. 299 more words


和菓子、les beaux petits gâteaux japonais

Mon partenaire de conversation japonais, 修さん, m’a parlé des 和菓子, wagashi, ces beaux petits gâteaux japonais à base d’azuki et de riz.

Ces beaux gâteaux, presqu’oeuvres d’art, représentent souvent les quatre saisons en prenant la forme de fleur de cerisier pour le printemps par exemple, ou de belles feuilles orangées ou de marrons pour l’automne. 118 more words

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