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A candy of Japanese traditional technique

Wagashi (和菓子 wa-gashi?) is a traditional Japanese confectionery which is often served with tea, especially the types made of mochi, anko (az...

wagashi (Iris) Japanese culture puts so much emphasis on exquisite details in search of perfection.

Wagashi, is Japanese term for traditional Japanese cakes and sweets (traditional confectionery) wich typical Japanese rated high art. Yum !_!

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Look at the variety of wagashi! Wagashi: A traditional Japanese confection, made of mochi, bean paste and fruit, which evolved into an art form.

Japanese sweets: wagashi. (Wagashi is a traditional Japanese confectionary often served with tea)

Japanese Wagashi (Wagashi is a traditional Japanese confectionary often served with tea.

Toraya, a maker of wagashi (traditional Japanese confections), was founded in the early 16th century in Kyoto.

Toraya, a maker of wagashi (traditional Japanese confections), was founded in the early 16th century in Kyoto.

My Japanese husband isn’t at all a big fan of traditional Japanese confections, wagashi 和菓子.  Especially those filled with red bean paste Anko 餡子,  I never have to include his share. Over the…

My Japanese husband isn’t at all a big fan of traditional Japanese confections, wagashi 和菓子. Especially those filled with red bean paste Anko 餡子, I never have to include his share. Over the…

[202] わがし | wagashi | wagashi Wagashi (わがし) are traditional Japanese confections that are often served with tea and are typically made from plant ingredients.

[202] わがし | wagashi | wagashi Wagashi (わがし) are traditional Japanese confections that are often served with tea and are typically made from plant ingredients.

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