Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets

Ruri-ame (wagashi) : Takahashi Magozaemon Shoten (Lasted more than 300 years, long-established Japanese confectionery shop) , Japan

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

Ruri-ame (wagashi) : Takahashi Magozaemon Shoten (Lasted more than 300 years, long-established Japanese confectionery shop) , Japan

Wagasi [Nerikiri] / "Wagasi" are the confectionery made from the traditional manufacturing process of Japan. / "Wagashi" has many kinds by raw materials, a manufacturing process, a use. /  "Wagashi" of a photograph is "Nerikiri."  / "Nerikiri" is a typical thing of Japanese sweets, was used as confectionery of a congratulatory gift or the tea ceremony for many years

Wagasi [Nerikiri] / "Wagasi" are the confectionery made from the traditional manufacturing process of Japan. / "Wagashi" has many kinds by raw materials, a manufacturing process, a use. / "Wagashi" of a photograph is "Nerikiri." / "Nerikiri" is a typical thing of Japanese sweets, was used as confectionery of a congratulatory gift or the tea ceremony for many years

みたらしだんご Mochi dumpling covered with sweet soy sauce glaze. It is characterized by its glassy glaze and burnt fragrance.

みたらしだんご Mochi dumpling covered with sweet soy sauce glaze. It is characterized by its glassy glaze and burnt fragrance.

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

bananagranola (busy) - Absolutely gorgeous Flickr photostream of Japanese food and culture!

bananagranola (busy) - Absolutely gorgeous Flickr photostream of Japanese food and culture!

Reminds me of the part in Spirited Away with the animated soot balls. The small candies is what Sen gave them :)

Reminds me of the part in Spirited Away with the animated soot balls. The small candies is what Sen gave them :)

Kawaii Cute Japanese Sweets

Kawaii Cute Japanese Sweets

Hana no Sode

Hana no Sode

Japanese Sweets, wagash, "Temaribana"   hydrangea

Japanese Sweets, wagash, "Temaribana" hydrangea

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