Japanese Wagashi Sweets


Wagashi is a traditional Japanese confectionery that is often served with tea. It is made from natural ingredients such as rice flour, sweet bean paste, and fruits and is known for its delicate and intricate designs and subtle sweetness. There are many different types of wagashi, each with its own unique flavor and appearance, such as mochi (soft glutinous rice cakes), dango (sweet glutinous rice dumplings), and manjū (sweet bean-filled buns). Wagashi is considered an art form in Japan and is often enjoyed during special occasions and holidays. 🇯🇵🥮

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