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Wagashi – Art of Five Senses

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Japanese cuisine is the well-known culinary wonderland for its meticulous preparation and incomparable uniqueness, and Wagashi is not that exception. Welcome to the land of artistic confections!

Wagashi are literally defined as traditional Japanese confectionery in order to differentiate from  Western confectionery which is called Yogashi in Japanese. With the beautiful and eye-catching design, delicate shape, and pleasant taste, they will offer you the flavour of layer-upon-layer of joy that you’ve never tried before!

In the past, Wagashi used to be solely served for the Royal Family in Japan. Nowadays, It is the official name which uses for confections made from sweet beans paste and rice flour. Typically made from natural ingredients,Wagashi are often served with ceremony tea, especially the types of Mochi, Dango and Dorayaki.

In Japan, this is the favorite snack for everyone, and easily to find in any corners. Here are some popular ones, check it out!

Mochi 


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Dango

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Dorayaki

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Taiyaki

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