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to-ji sakuramochiSET Japanese sweets & Tea

to-ji sakuramochi💜SET Japanese sweets & Tea

n Kyoto, Japan’s most traditional city, the way of making wagashi is known as Kyogashi and there are many places around the city where you can try your hand at making some Kyogashi for yourself!

Wagashi are delicious Japanese sweets, often served as part of a traditional tea ceremony. They are crafted to look like symbols of the season Japan is experiencing at the particular moment when th…

Kyoto dry confectionery

甘味処・栖園で作りたての和菓子を@京都|ウーマンエキサイト みんなの投稿

Matcha parfait in bamboo    --- Tokichi Nakamura's cafe, Uji Kyoto, Japan ---   This cafe is known as the best green tea cafe in Uji. This parfait had a rich matcha flavor and was very delicious!

Matcha parfait in bamboo --- Tokichi Nakamura& cafe, Uji Kyoto, Japan --- This cafe is known as the best green tea cafe in Uji. This parfait had a rich matcha flavor and was very delicious!

japanese sweets,kyoto MATSUYA

Japanese Wagashi, Japanese Sweets, Japanese Food, Japanese Colors, Traditional Japanese, Japanese Cuisine, Dessert Table, Nihon, Fancy Desserts

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So pretty !

Japanese Sweets,【京都】7/31ココイロで放送!『松彌』夏を感じる金魚や花火の和菓子 - NAVER まとめ

京都生菓子松彌「裂遊 」。Summer wagashi from 'Matsuya', Kyōto, Japan. ☆裂 (kiré) = scraps of ancient fabrics / 遊 (asobi) = to play with

Sakura jelly

Japanese Snack: Sakura jelly served with Kyoto Bancha, big leaves not the twig tea normally called Bancha.

Piquantblog.com: Wagashi - Japanese Desserts

A colourful life: Colours, patterns and textiles - myLusciousLife

Here are our collection of luscious photo galleries devoted to colour, texture and pattern: A colourful life.

Japanese Sweets, wagashi,"fireworks Matsuiya"

Wagashi -"Fireworks Matsuiya" this is beautiful, looks like so much work went into this.

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