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Japanese sweets | Comparison of Replica and Real food | ASMR

Japanese sweets | Comparison of Replica and Real food | ASMR


Japanese Sweets 1. Japanese tea ceremony tea bowl green tea tatami 1. Japanese tea ceremony 2. cherry-blossom viewing party strawberry daifuku Botamochi Botamochi (a rice cake covered with soybean flour) Botamochi (a rice cake covered with bean jam) dango 2. cherry-blossom viewing party 3. celebration sweets Chitose-Ame (literally “thousand year candy”, is given to children on Shichi-Go-San.) 3. celebration sweets 4. sweet bean jelly goldfish jelly Yokan (sweet bean jelly) Kuzu Manju (Kudzu jelly cake) Kuzu Manju (Kudzu jelly cake) 4. sweet bean jelly 5. Kudzu sweets Kuzumochi, a cool sweet summer dessert Tokoroten (Gelidium jelly. Gelidium is a type of seaweed) Put brown sugar syrup on tokoroten. Red bean jelly in bamboo Make a hole in the bottom of the bamboo. Hit the bottom a few times to get the yokan. Mizu-yokan (It is made with more water than usual) 5. Kudzu sweets 6. Chestnut sweets in Autumn Kuri-Manju (chestnut bun) Chestnut Yokan 6. Chestnut sweets in Autumn 7. Lovely sweets Rabbit shaped manju Hard round candy called “Konpeito”. 7. Lovely sweets 8. Artistic sweets in Winter Lollipop Lollipop (crane) Lollipop (Rabbit) 8. Artistic sweets in Winter 9. Arare rice crackers rice crackers Castella Dorayaki (red bean pancake) 9. Arare rice crackers 10. Sweet bean paste Ayu fish shaped cake Chestnut Monaka Monaka, wafers filled with sweet bean paste. Ningo-yaki is a small cake baked in small an iron mold and is filled with sweet bean paste. 10. Sweet bean paste

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