Dango, Japanese dessert. It looks delicious, but I'm very curious about how it tastes, gotta make it soon!

Délicieuses boules de pâte de riz gluant recouvertes d'une sauce soja sucrée! Un délice à tester lors de votre prochain voyage !

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unapp http://amzn.to/2pWJhBV

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unapp http://amzn.to/2pWJhBV

Sanshoku Dango. Looks so delicious! In Japan, this is usually sold near shinto shrines, and can be sweet or savory.

Three Colour (Sanshoku) Dango

Sanshoku Dango. Looks so delicious! In Japan, this is usually sold near shinto shrines, and can be sweet or savory.

mochi balls.... mmmmmmmmm.

À défaut d’être une nouveauté, le raindrop cake donnera peut-être envie à l’occident de découvrir la mignonnerie des pâtisseries japonaises, les Wagashi.

Mochi Dumplings with Cream Filling. Flavors: matcha (green tea), white peach, raspberry, coffee, purple sweet potato

Mochi Dumplings with Cream Filling. Flavors: matcha (green tea), white peach, raspberry, coffee, purple sweet potato

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