Japanese Sweet of Strong Taste and Impression! Funa-zushi

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Japanese Sweet of Funa-zushi (crucian carp sushi) Pie: Otsu City, Shiga, Funa-zushi is a local specialty of Shiga Prefecture. Crucian carps preserved in salt are mixed with rice, and it is fermented and picked well. The smell is unique and similar … 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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Fusion Chocolate of Western or Japanese Styles Sweets

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 Japanese Chocolate Sweets using high-quality ingredinets Did you know that the western-style Japanese Aichi confectioner have unique flavors: using high-quality green tea powder, soybean Flour and black soybean? I am pleased to introduce to you some excellent chocolate Japanese sweet shops which are very popular. Matcha … Continued

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Rolls Matcha Japanese Sweets of Kyoto

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 Two types of Matcha Japanese-style rolls sweets I am pleased to introduce to you individual texture Japanese-style rolls,  these are very popular sellers on the magazine “Fujingaho”  order site in Japan. Reference   http://fujingaho.ringbell.co.jp/ On the right is the roll containing Kyoto’s traditional … Continued

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