n Kyoto, Japan’s most traditional city, the way of making wagashi is known as Kyogashi and there are many places around the city where you can try your hand at making some Kyogashi for yourself!
Japanese sweets, Suama made of non-glutinous rice flour and sugar すあま
Dango- a Japanese dumpling and sweets made from mochiko, related to mochi. It is often served with green tea~
Recipe for Japanese Melon Bread. Buns covered with cookie. These are SO good!
Fish shaped pancakes using regular pancake or waffle batter which is poured into a fish-shaped pan. You can top with desired filling before closing the pan. The batter is then cooked on both sides on medium heat until golden brown. You can buy the pan here: http://www.amazon.com/Taiyaki-Japanese-Fish-Shaped-Cake-Maker/dp/B00065YBEU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8=1338819599=8-1
Japanese sweets - always so pretty and unique. Presentation is very important in Japan.
Mitarashi Dango, Skewered Japanese Mochi Dumpling covered with Sweet Soy Sauce Glaze. We had Mochi ice cream balls in Maui and they were amazing! I would love to find them around here.