Sakura Jelly

Sakura (cherry blossom) jelly with mousse, tulip ice cream bowls Extreme But Elegant Edible Flower Foods)

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HEALTHY FOOD //Lemon & lime tart with blackberries sliced lemon watermelon radishes - radis

Japanese sweets, Kaki mochi (persimmon mochi)

I love kaki/persimmons, I love mochi, this is a perfect picture. Add in Kaki to normal mochi.

Japanese sweets / 金平糖(Konpeito)

Tiny Rocky Candy Konpeito is a simple sugar candy whose name originally comes from the Portuguese word confeito. This technique for producing candy was introduced to Japan in the early century by.

Japanese sweets

The delicate, sophisticated wagashi (traditional Japanese Sweets) are part of the traditional tea ceremony in Japan, and are eaten before the ritual bowl of matcha tea

Japanese sweets

From the front 'Fuuka' upper right 'Wakamatsu' upper left 'Ichiyo'

Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets for Otsukimi. Otsukimi, literally moon-viewing, refers to Japanese festivals honoring the autumn moon. The celebration of the full moon typically takes place on the day of the eighth month of the traditional Japanese lunisolar calendar.

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