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Daifuku (大福)【Introduction to Daifuku】 Are you one of those people who like to eat any sweets or confectionery? Have you tried any Japanese confectionery such as Mochi, Sasa Dango, and Ichigo Daifuku? In this article, we will discuss Daifuku or Dai...
Ohagi (おはぎ)【Introduction to Ohagi】 Ohagi is one of the traditional Japanese sweets that locals eat during autumn. Japanese make this by steaming or cooking glutinous rice and pounding it lightly to the extent that half of the grains remain, then ...
Mochi (餅)【Introduction to Mochi】 When it comes to traditional Japanese desserts, Mochi is always the answer. This traditional dessert is famous for “rice cake,” enjoy by locals in Japan for centuries. Mochi or Japanese rice cake is made by stea...
Zunda Mochi (ずんだ 餅)【Introduction to Zunda Mochi】 Zunda Mochi is a traditional Japanese sweet in the Tohoku region, Miyagi prefecture. It is a mochi confectionary and is one of the "three major Sendai specialties." Zunda Mochi uses edamame, a Japanese nam...
Shirokuma (しろくま)【Shirokuma Dessert】 Shirokuma directly translates to "white bear". However, Japanese have a favorite dessert that comes in the same name. The dessert originated in Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture. There are different theories on h...