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

Anime club activity?  Could have cookie wars or be part of a bento making competition.  animal cookies

Anime club activity? Could have cookie wars or be part of a bento making competition. animal cookies

Japanese peony sweets - wagashi cake

Japanese peony sweets - wagashi cake

Macarons. Perfect for a tea party or shower. Love the pastel colors!

Macarons. Perfect for a tea party or shower. Love the pastel colors!

shortbread  with flower blossoms   via Living the Blue Collar Way  ~2 cups unsalted butter at room temperature  2/3 cup granulated sugar  4 cups pastry flour  1 and 1/3 cups cornstarch(?)  edible flowers  egg whites  superfine sugar

shortbread with flower blossoms via Living the Blue Collar Way ~2 cups unsalted butter at room temperature 2/3 cup granulated sugar 4 cups pastry flour 1 and 1/3 cups cornstarch(?) edible flowers egg whites superfine sugar

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

Pansy Cookies  shortbread cookies with a real flower baked on top

Pansy Cookies shortbread cookies with a real flower baked on top

Japanese sweets, Wagashi

Japanese sweets, Wagashi

Very pretty cookies (Cake Decorating magazine).

Very pretty cookies (Cake Decorating magazine).

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.

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