Japanese dessert– tag –
Japanese Crepe (クレープ)Are you looking for a unique and delicious dessert experience? Originating in Japan, these Japanese crepes are a delightful combination of a thin, sweet crepe and an array of mouth-watering fillings. Whether you're a sweet tooth or a sav...
Dango (団子)【What is Dango?】 Wagashi (和菓子) or what Japanese people call traditional Japanese confections. This includes popular Japanese sweets such as Dorayaki, mochi, dango, etc. Dango is a traditional Japanese sweet dumpling made by adding w...
Goshiki namagashi (五色生菓子)【What is Goshiki namagashi?】 Goshiki namagashi is a Japanese confectionery with an assortment of 5 types of unbaked confectionery, known as a celebratory confectionery for weddings and other occasions in Kanazawa. Locals also called th...
Kakigoori (かき氷)【What is Kakigoori?】 Kakigoori (かき氷), also known as Japanese shaved ice, is a Japanese sweet made of shaved ice and syrup, frequently condensed milk, as a sweetener. Locals made it by shaving ice into small pieces and sprinkling syr...
Imagawa Yaki (今川焼)Imagawa Yaki is a famous dessert that looks like a stuffed pancake. Most of the time, they use an iron grill pan to cook this. It is not just available in Japan, but it's also popular in countries like South Korea and Taiwan. Do you like...
Sakura Mochi (桜餅)What's better than putting sakura and mochi together? Sakura Mochi is a Japanese dessert that's usually available during the spring season. Read further to know more about this delicious and eye-catching confection. 【What is Sakura Moch...