Wagashi (Japanese Sweets)

Wagashi (Japanese Sweets)

Wagashi come in an astounding variety of shapes and styles, and are variously classified according to the cooking method used, such as steaming or baking, or by their water content, namely the uncooked and very moist namagashi or omogashi, the less moist han-namagashi, and dry higashi sugar candies.

Wagashi come in an astounding variety of shapes and styles, and are variously classified according to the cooking method used, such as steaming or baking, or by their water content, namely the uncooked and very moist namagashi or omogashi, the less moist han-namagashi, and dry higashi sugar candies.

Japanese Sweets, 椿 梅 桜 菊 鶯

Japanese Sweets, 椿 梅 桜 菊 鶯

Wagashi, Japanese sweets

Wagashi, Japanese sweets

Winter wagashi. Wagashi are delicately small sweets used only in Chanoyù, the Tea Ceremony, a very old traditional Japanese Art deriving from Buddists Monks ceremony (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chanoyu) via 写真 (shashin) in love.

Winter wagashi. Wagashi are delicately small sweets used only in Chanoyù, the Tea Ceremony, a very old traditional Japanese Art deriving from Buddists Monks ceremony (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chanoyu) via 写真 (shashin) in love.

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

Japanese Sweets, "wagashi"

Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets

japanese sweets

japanese sweets

Japanese sweets are great for tea parties - delicate, detailed and always lovely. Find a local Japanese market #SupportLocal  https://www.etsy.com/shop/royalteahats

Japanese sweets are great for tea parties - delicate, detailed and always lovely. Find a local Japanese market #SupportLocal https://www.etsy.com/shop/royalteahats

Japanese sweets, Manju

Japanese sweets, Manju

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