…melonpan holds a special place in the heart of many Japanese food lovers.
Custard has been popular in Japan since the Meiji era, when it became a classic component in Japanese yogashi, or Western-style sweets.
As cherry blossom season creeps ever closer, pink, spring-themed snacks are popping up in convenience stores and supermarkets all over Japan!
One of the main differences between the types of Japanese donuts lies in the dry ingredients used for them.
Unlike other green teas, matcha is a fine powder produced by drying and grinding specially cultivated tea leaves, thereby conserving all of the leaves’ nutrients.
Dorayaki are a Japanese confection made up of two miniature pancake-like patties with sweet azuki bean paste, called anko, nestled inside.
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