Japanese wagashi

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Pâtisserie japonaise Wagashi                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

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// Japanese Wagashi // In love with Japanese sweets love their attention to detail.

// Japanese Wagashi // In love with Japanese sweets love their attention to detail.

The Japanese people even make dessert look like art

The Japanese people even make dessert look like art

This is a Japanese dessert from yuichi.sakuraba, via Flickr

This is a Japanese dessert from yuichi.sakuraba, via Flickr

wagashi (Autumn leaves)

wagashi (Autumn leaves)

Japanese sweets, Suama made of non-glutinous rice flour and sugar すあま

Japanese sweets, Suama made of non-glutinous rice flour and sugar すあま

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!

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!

Japanese Wagashi, Sakura Petals Floating on the Water

Japanese Wagashi, Sakura Petals Floating on the Water

Wagashi come in an astounding variety of shapes and styles, and are variously classified according to the cooking method used, such as steaming or baking, or by their water content, namely the uncooked and very moist namagashi or omogashi, the less moist han-namagashi, and dry higashi sugar candies.

Wagashi come in an astounding variety of shapes and styles, and are variously classified according to the cooking method used, such as steaming or baking, or by their water content, namely the uncooked and very moist namagashi or omogashi, the less moist han-namagashi, and dry higashi sugar candies.

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