Jun 14, 2012

Japanese sweets ‘Nama-gashi’

Hello, this is Meg from Yotsuya Business Garden.

When I went to my parents’ house at my holiday,
I ate one of Japanese sweets, ‘Nama-gashi’.

It's been a while since I ate it. I LOVE it!
Have you ever tried this?

Namagashi mainly contains sweetened bean paste.
They have been eaten at the tea ceremony from the ancient.

They are beautiful and vivid colors, and they somtimes symbolize the season’s flowers or plants, lucky animals in Japan. Sometimes Japanese people feel the seasons by these sweets.

If you have a chance, please try it!


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