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食感の異なる3種類の和菓子生地を一口で楽しめる正統派の逸品 布橋の雪 | 老舗和菓子屋・田町梅月ネット通販ショップ【静岡県浜松市】

食感の異なる3種類の和菓子生地を一口で楽しめる正統派の逸品 布橋の雪 | 老舗和菓子屋・田町梅月ネット通販ショップ【静岡県浜松市】

浜田屋 ふるさとの花

浜田屋 ふるさとの花

「柚子みかん」 (@ 埜庵)

「柚子みかん」 (@ 埜庵)

Wagashi: Japanese Confections, Seasonal Treats Co-presented with The Japan Foundation, NY Wed. Mar. 21, 2012, 6:30 PM

My most recent obsession is making anko (sweet bean paste) from scratch. As I wrote in my strawberry daifuku post a couple of weeks ago, using bean paste as des

栗栗抹茶だいふく6個入

栗栗抹茶だいふく6個入

Traditional Japanese Sweets for the Japanese Tea Ceremony, which made by Kikuya Tokyo.

Traditional Japanese Sweets for the Japanese Tea Ceremony, which made by Kikuya Tokyo.

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