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Wagashi-Tokyo-japanese traditional-sweet

[SWEETS] Tokyo delicacies

Eitaro, a member of the Tokyo confectioners’ association, is located in the Asagaya district At the age […][...]

History of Daifuku

Daifuku is one of japan’s most popular confectionary varieties, and is enjoyed by people of all ages, th […][...]

Summer with Kuzu Manju

Kuzu Manju are a well-known type of confectionary that are traditionally eaten during the summertime in Japan. […][...]

A taste of hope

Kashiwa mochi is a kind of traditional Japanese sweet that slightly resembles a white clamshell. It is made fr […][...]

No49 [TRADITION] Hanami

In japan, the fall of the cherry blossoms announces the start of spring. many temples, shrines, parks and scho […][...]
mashiko-yaki

No47 [Pottery] Mashiko-yaki

The pottery village of Mashiko was the most important site of the mingei folk art movement of the early 20th c […][...]
Kyoko, green tea

No46 [Tea] Less is more

There is more to the deep-rooted popularity of ryokucha drinks than just their health benefits. It was around […][...]
chopsticks

No46 [Tableware] Chopsticks

It is unknown when exactly chopsticks arrived in japan, but it is clear that by the 8th century, they had beco […][...]
Edo Kiriko

No45 [Craft] Tokyo Teshigoto

Tokyo Teshigoto is a project showcasing sophisticated handworks – “teshigoto” – of top craftsmen in Tokyo. We […][...]
temari sushi, sushi, sozai cooking

No45 [Cooking] Temari sushi

Temari sushi Sushi’s popularity exponentially increased over the last few years. It is now impossible to walk […][...]