瑠璃飴 http://www.rurubu.com/sight/detail.aspx?BookID=A0902410

瑠璃飴~天地人ゆかりの地の、歴史ある甘味~ - みつみつの台所~いとおしくおいしい毎日

Wagashi (Japanese sweets) Ruri-ame wagashi : Takahashi Magozaemon Shoten (Lasted more than 300 years, long-established Japanese confectionery shop) , Japan

Japanese sweets

wagashi- Japanese sweets (so pretty and adorable, I don't know if I could eat them. Kind of like those Japanese erasers that are too cute to use.

Japanese Sweets

Wagashi - Japanese sweets and apricot flower by mellow Doces japoneses de abricó

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

The delicate art of Japanese Sweets, "wagashi.

Japanese cupcakes

Japanese cupcake| JILL's Sugar Collection|Akina Matsuhira’s Japanese Cupcake Design

京都の三十三間堂前にある和菓子店「七條甘春堂」で6月~7月にだけ限定販売される「天の川」という羊羹(ようかん)です。

Japanese Sweets, Wagashi Milky Way Yoh-kan. Tanabata (or star festival) celebrates the meeting between Orihime and Hikoboshi (Vega and Altair respectively). These two lovers are allowed to meet only the seventh day of the seventh month( july

Japanese Sweets, 手作り和菓子 : ふつうのコト

Ginkgo biloba leaf - themed Wagashi for Autumn. Yes, they are very Edible and stuffed with red bean curd paste on their insides. (a Japanese sweet treat)

日本のみならず、海外でも注目を集める和菓子。そこで、海外でも幅広く活躍する創作和菓子作家の御園井裕芙子さんに秋の和菓子を作っていただきました。

あなたがまだ知らない和菓子のおもてなし。Part1【創作和菓子 手毬】

Wagashi of Temari

Japanese sweets, Wagashi 和菓子

Japanese sweets, Wagashi 和菓子 nice pinks and purples.

Japanese sweets, Wagashi

Japanese sweets (AKA my guilty pleasure).definitely a love-hate relationship

spring wagashi

❤ Japan Candy Box ❤ The Sweetest Monthly Japanese Candy Subscription Box ❤

Japanese confectionary -wagashi-

Such a beautiful and no doubt scrumptious treat, 和菓子 (わがし)wagashi. This one is sakura-shaped.

wagashi : Japanese apricot. Too pretty to eat!

Japanese Sweets, 梅 Ume - Japanese apricot

Wagashi for February, camellia

wagashi for February, camellia

Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets

とらや「雲の峯」 http://mag.japaaan.com/archives/16318

Japanese Sweets: Youkan from TORAYA. Cumulonimbus cloud against blue sky that is commonly seen during the summer time in Japan. Too pretty to eat!

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