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Dago jiru (だご汁)Dago jiru, a traditional Japanese soup, hails from Kumamoto, Japan. This hearty dish features handcrafted dumplings, seasonal vegetables, and savory seasonings. It's a comforting and beloved part of Kumamoto's culinary heritage, enjoyed ...
Mitarashi Dango (みたらし団子)Among wagashi (Japanese sweets), dango is one of the most popular even for Japanese people and foreigners. Since ancient time, it has been appeared and has a deep meaning in Japanese food culture. Although relating to rice, it is differe...
Dango (団子)Dango is a Japanese sweet that has been loved by Japanese people for a long time, and many people miss it during the cherry blossom and moon viewing seasons. You can easily get dango at supermarkets, but what is the different between the...
Kibi Dango (きびだんご)Have you ever heard of Wagashi (和菓子)? It is used to call traditional Japanese confections such as Dorayaki, mochi, dango, etc. Today, we would like to introduce Kibi Dango - popular Japanese sweet which has a very interesting folktale...
Sasa Dango (笹団子)【INTRODUCTION TO SASA DANGO】 We have other Japanese sweets on the list, Sasa Dango! What is Sasa Dango? It is a type of Wagashi or Japanese confectionery and a specialty of Niigata prefecture. Sasa dango is a dark green with a flavor o...