Daifuku (stuffed rice cake) is one of Japan’s most popular traditional snacks and comes in a variety of colors and flavors.
Not such which sakura themed snack box you should get? We complared 2 of the most popular snack boxes out there to help!
Ever wondered how traditional Japanese sweets got their taste and unique shapes? Take a look at the traditonal art of Wasanbon and how to make this iconic wagashi.
Want to have an authentic sakura taste this sakura season? Why not try sakura blossom tea made from real sakura flowers.
Gift giving in Japan (and gift receiving) is a true art, entrenched with many customs and unspoken etiquette. Whether it’s the different types of gifts, the varying times of year for gift giving, or even how many hands to use to accept a gift, there is much to learn.
In the first part of our Soba Dish Chronicles, we looked at the different types of soba dishes. In this article, we’re going to explore Japanese cold soba dishes and see what makes the difference.
Enjoy new Japanese sweets, snacks and tea every month starting from $32.50USD
Enjoy new Japanese sweets, snacks & tea every month starting from $32.50USD