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Wagashi: Sumetomi Kyoto Tea Ceremony Namagashi. Momijiga

Wagashi: Suetomi Kyoto Tea Ceremony Namagashi The finest wagashi for the tea ceremony are sweets for the mind, the motifs come from classical poetry and

Japanese Sweets

japanese sweets/Today's sweets tea ceremony on moist cake "hydrangea" is a hydrangea there is a lot of expression, but brocade ball is essential to produce .

"Sakura Tsutsumi" on the tea ceremony Namagashi

) are a type of wagashi, which is a general term for snacks used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Namagashi may contain fruit jellies, other gelatines such as Kanten or sweetened bean paste.

Wagashi is a traditional Japanese sweet made of bean paste, rice and fruits. It's often served with a bowl of matcha in the Japanese tea ceremony.

Wagashi is a traditional Japanese sweet food made of bean paste, rice and fruits. It's often served with a bowl of matcha in the Japanese tea ceremony.

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