“Kabuto-shaped Wagashi (Japanese style sweet)” of the Children’s Festival

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“Kabuto-shaped Original Wagashi(Japanese style sweet)”  May 5 is Children’s Day. A family with a boy displays a Kabuto (Japanese helmet) in a house to pray for children’s growth. I am pleased to introduce to you the unique sweets of Kabuto-shaped … Continued

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Wagashi of Shiga is a historical Japanese Sweet

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Presenting Local Wagashi (Japanese style sweet) of Shiga Prefecture Shiga prefecture has some representative souvenirs such as Oomi beef, Funa-zushi (crucian carp sushi), red konjac and so on. However, you must not forget delicious and unique wagashi (Japanese style sweets) loved … Continued

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Rabbit-shaped Wagashi or Japanese Western Style Sweets

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 Wagashi and Japanese Sweets have been loved among the Japanese for a long time Do you like a confectionery which is shaped like cute animal ? There are many wagashi or Japanese western style sweets which are shaped like animals, especially … Continued

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Treasure Wagashi’s Chest of Japanese Sweet Lucky Charm-Shaped

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The Assorted Refreshments Wagashi (Japanese Style Sweet) called “Kuchitori”  Do you know the assorted refreshments Japanese style sweets called “Kuchitori”? They are the desserts of wagashi we enjoy after eating New Year dishes and are sold only for New Year holidays. They … Continued

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