Wagashi of High Ranking Assorted Karinto (Japanese Fried Cookies)

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Wagashi of local flavors named after nine spots in Kyoto I’d like to introduce to you “Popular Assorted wagashi products in Kyoto highly reputed by the shopping magazine Fujingaho.” “Mushi Yashinai Dokoro Ninigi” assorted Karintos(Japanese fried cookies). Reference   fujingaho.ringbell.co.jp/etc/tokusyu_kyoto_wagashi.php “Mushi … Continued

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Regional Japanese Sweet of “Koala’s March (Koara no March)

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Japanese Sweet Has Four Kinds of Koala Patterns “Dreamlike Collaboration!” Big news! The first limited and regional edition of “Koala’s March” which collaborated with specialty of Tokai district (Nagoya and Gifu) has been launched. Reference  aichi.thepage.jp/detail/20141008-00000011 Nagoya’s Ogura toast is well-known; … Continued

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Japanese Snacks or Sweets of “Pretz” and “Giant Pokey”

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“Pretz(プリッツ)” and “Giant Pokey(ジャイアント ポッキー)”, Limited to Fukuoka City, Kyushu  “Giant Pokey” is a big pretzel-like stick which is approximately 21 cm long. Local food of  Fukuoka region are used, so we can enjoy fresh and unique taste. “Giant Pockey with Hiyoko cream flavor” You … Continued

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Assorted Higashi (Dry Japanese Sweet) of Niigata’s Wagashi

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Assorted Wagashi Items; Higashi (Dry Japanese Sweet) Expresses the Early Spring of Niigata  Higashi is part of wagashi (Japanese style sweets), made with sophisticated traditional Japanese techniques. wagashi confectioners in each district in Japan produce their regional famous Higashi, using refined Japanese sugar. Niigata … Continued

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