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'Yasono', Ways to Tie an Obi, A New Publication (Shimpan obi musubisama kusagusa) , Japan, 1920

Japanese sweets / 朝の露

Japanese Sweets for Tea Ceremony (Agar Jelly) So many different designs. Beautifully made and precious looking, with gold flecks. Take pleasure in their existence, accept they won't be around forever!

Genko-an temple, Kyoto, Japan 源光庵

Genko-an temple, Kyoto, Japan 源光庵. So incredibly beautiful with all the shoji screens/walls removed.

Colorful resin marbles. They remind me of the bubbles and sparkles of the Fantasia Parade in Fairy Tail. XD

カラフルビー玉たち。

こちらは、ボウルに氷水を用意し、生クリームで使う絞り袋に牛乳もちを入れて一口大に絞り出しながら、氷水に落としていく作り方。絞り袋が熱くなるそうなので、そこだけ注意してくださいね! 見栄えも美しくておもてなしにも良いですね◎

材料はたった3つ!もちぷる簡単おやつ「牛乳もち」の作り方・アレンジアイデア

こちらは、ボウルに氷水を用意し、生クリームで使う絞り袋に牛乳もちを入れて一口大に絞り出しながら、氷水に落としていく作り方。絞り袋が熱くなるそうなので、そこだけ注意してくださいね! 見栄えも美しくておもてなしにも良いですね◎

神奈川県 鎌倉市*Kamakura JAPAN

Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan: photo by Ichiro Hiura. This is really neat in that it is framed by the window. Just more ideas :)

Wagashi . looks like marzipan

) is a traditional Japanese confectionery which is often served with tea, especially the types made of mochi, azuki bean paste, and fruits. Wagashi is typically made from plant ingredients.

Japanese umbrellas, Wagasa 和傘

“Coalescence of bamboo lanterns and umbrellas”. Text and photography by Leo’s on photohito

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