Japanese sweets

About Japanese sweets

Flour is mandatory for Japanese sweets, “wagashi”, as well.

Manjyu

Manjyu

Manjyu is a steamed bun stuffed with red bean paste like a picture, originally.
There are a thousand of styles of shape, filling and cooking process (fried, baked etc.), currently.

Karinto

Karinto

It is fried flour sweets and the most major one is covered by blown sugar like a picture. The texture, shape and flavor are different depending on shops.
Be careful..you cannot stop once you eat!
Karinto would be good for also souvenir as it can be keet for long days.

Dorayaki

Dorayaki

It is two pancake patties with red bean paste filling sandwiched between them and will be the perfect snack.
“DORAemon”,popular Japanese character, whose name comes from this “DORAyaki” and he really likes it.

Taiyaki

Taiyaki

It is a fish-shaped cake with red bean paste inside.
Just baked one is definitely the best! You can enjoy the variety of filling as well, such as custard, chocolate and cheese cream etc. We also have hybrid sweets, croissant-taiyaki nowadays.