Japanese sweets jelly

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

幼い頃から身近な存在だったお菓子には思い出がいっぱい。思い出すと心が温かくなったり、思わず頬が赤らんだり・・・。

和菓子 職人技 Japanese crafts - Japanese sweets, Wagashi is made by craftsman, one by one.

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!

伊勢・赤福 Akafuku - Famous local Japanese sweets. Mochi with sweetened bean paste.

Mochi with sweetened bean paste. No recipe but when making mochi add the red bean paste in the dough before cooking, I think. Then mold it the way you like it

粟餅所・澤屋 京都府京都市上京区今小路通御前西入紙屋川町838-7 (北野天満宮前西入南側)Awamochi-sho-Sawaya Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture

粟餅所・澤屋 京都府京都市上京区今小路通御前西入紙屋川町838-7 (北野天満宮前西入南側)Awamochi-sho-Sawaya Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture

Utsubukikoen-Dango, Kurayoshi, Tottori, Japan. ZOMG! We had these in Kyoto! I can't remember what they were made of but I believe one was soy bean and one was bean paste or something. But they were at the tea ceremony and were really good!

We had these in Kyoto! I can't remember what they were made of but I believe one was soy bean and one was bean paste or something. But they were at the tea ceremony and were really good!

Wagashi - Yōkan

Japanese sweets titled "Star of the night sky" /// what even is this wondrous food

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