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Japanese green tea and sweets

Japanese green tea and sweets

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" ,Kyoto

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" ,Kyoto

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions. 京都・祇園祭「創作和菓子」 - 京都&神楽坂美味彩花

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions. 京都・祇園祭「創作和菓子」 - 京都&神楽坂美味彩花

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese green tea, sweets and paper fan

Japanese green tea, sweets and paper fan

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions. Wagashi's origins date back as far as when the earliest inhabitants to Japan. Wagashi was mainly sweetened with dried fruits until the Edo period (17th to 19th century) when sugar from sugarcane became widely available. This subsequently led to a substantial increase in the production of wagashi.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" is the Japanese confectionary most often served during the tea ceremony or other ceremonial occasions. Wagashi's origins date back as far as when the earliest inhabitants to Japan. Wagashi was mainly sweetened with dried fruits until the Edo period (17th to 19th century) when sugar from sugarcane became widely available. This subsequently led to a substantial increase in the production of wagashi.

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

Japanese Confectionary|"Wagashi" :金平糖|京都の老舗「緑寿庵清水」

“matcha”, Japanese green tea,

“matcha”, Japanese green tea,