Tuesday, June 23, 2009

wagashi


wagashi is an artform.
all wagashi and images: bananagranola











11 comments:

  1. These are so cute, too cute to eat!

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  2. Yes, wagashi certainly is an artform, especially nama-wagashi. Rakugan mo kirei desu ne!
    These are really really beautiful and I love how they're coordinated, so clever! Does bananagranola-san make these??? If she does she's a real shokunin-san!!

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  3. i've always wondered how these taste!
    i never got a chance to eat one :-(

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  4. ps. they look too delicate to eat. hahah

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  5. hi bohochick, thanks for dropping by. and hello hiki and aron! yes, so delicate and lovely.that is a good quesiont hiki, i am not sure that she makes them herself no - i should check it out ne, but yes, the maker is a true artisan - no doubt, amazing!

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  6. what a delicate cuties, are they sweet?
    love them :)

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  7. This is art! Just beautiful I would have a hard time eating them!

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  8. can I eat these PLEASE!

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  9. hi renilde - i think they are generally super sweet yep, to my best knowledge wagashi traditionally are the super sweet sweet to take the edge off the super bitter matcha at tea ceremony. and hi yoli and dell! art made to be eaten, the best:)

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  10. These are so wonderful, I wouldn't want to eat them! Though they do look delicious. :)

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  11. Gorgeous! They look so delectable. Really finely crafted by a master.

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