Japanese sweets / 江戸和菓子

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”Fukiyose” Fukiyose has long been loved as a tasty treat to be had with Japanese tea. While maintaining the proud tradition of classical Japanese confectionaries, Fukiyose has been made daintily smaller.| 菊廼舎本店 富貴寄寿缶 (by KIKUNOYA,since 1890 Tokyo)

From the front 'Fuuka' upper right 'Wakamatsu' upper left 'Ichiyo'

From the front 'Fuuka' upper right 'Wakamatsu' upper left 'Ichiyo'

Bring some international flare to the boardroom next week with these delicate Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets: I loved this photo of sweets but I wish I knew Japanese :(

Japanese candies -konpeito-  They'd be interesting in a little jar with light coming through.

Japanese candies -konpeito- They'd be interesting in a little jar with light coming through. (even an idea for rock candy. Play with colors and light for certain themes-ML)

職人技♡繊細につくりこまれた和菓子が可愛くて素敵♡にて紹介している画像

image craftsmanship ♡ delicate to make crowded the sweets is you are introduced in nice ♡ cute

和三盆 干菓子

Instagram Post by Little Miss Bento Official (@littlemissbento)

The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten. A&D is on a mission to compile the ultimate list of both cute and mouth-watering Japanese sweets. Post your pics or upvote the cutest ones, let's make the world a sweeter place! (H/T: Bored Panda)

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Japanese sweets -higashi-: photo by bananagranola

September Wagashi -- Wagashi shop Kameya-Yoshinaga in Isetan Department Store, Kyoto, Japan -- Traditional Japanese soft candy (higashi, a kind of wagashi) in the shape of chrysanthemum. Many products of wagashi shops change every month or every season.

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The delicate, sophisticated wagashi (traditional Japanese Sweets)  are part of the traditional tea ceremony in Japan, and are eaten before the ritual bowl of matcha tea

The delicate, sophisticated wagashi (traditional Japanese Sweets) are part of the traditional tea ceremony in Japan, and are eaten before the ritual bowl of matcha tea

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