Japanese sweets / 干菓子

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Japanese sugar candy -konpeito- 金平糖

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.


alexia dives posted Japanese Temari Inspired Ball Cakes to their -wedding cakes- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

落雁 椿(つばき)(詰め合わせ)【和菓子】【干菓子】【和三盆】【贈り物】【引き出物】【楽ギフ_のし宛書】【楽ギフ_包装】【楽天市場】

落雁 椿(つばき)(詰め合わせ)【和菓子】【干菓子】【和三盆】【贈り物】【引き出物】【楽ギフ_のし宛書】【楽ギフ_包装】【楽天市場】

目出鯛 Medetai - Pop-eyed sea bream (Medetai is a homophone for 目出度い medetai, meaning happy / congratulation. So sea bream is a symbol for celebration in Japan)

sweets/sushi/food in a row with blurry in the back, everytime nice to look at bywstudent Japanese sweets Namagashi