Do you know Warabimochi? Warabimochi is a soft and sweet Japanese confectionery with a jelly-like texture. It has a refreshing look and is the best summer Japanese confectionery when matched with Kinako (sweet toasted soybean flour) and brown sugar syrup.
Obon festival is a religious ceremony to welcome the ancestors and their spirits as they return to their homes during the festival time.
[ Event ]
Obon(Bon Festival) / Depending on provinces, July 15th (New Bon) on the new calendar or August 15th (Tsukiokure Bon).
[ Ingredients ]
Summer vegetables(cucumber, eggplant, pumpkin etc.)
[ Wishing plate ]
Cuisine without any meat or fish in accordance with the Buddhist precept to not destroy life.
Chances are you've heard the term "yamato nadeshiko" or just "nadeshiko" mentioned in regards to anime, manga or games before. But just what type of character does this term refer to?
Have you ever seen a scene like this in dramas or anime?
On a quiet, sunny afternoon, an old lady sits on the Engawa and sips the tea, enjoying the beautiful yard leisurely. Or young people sit on the Engawa, eating juicy watermelon and talking about their summer memories lazily. Exactly the unique scene in Japan!
So let’s learn something about Engawa this time!
We have introduced something about the authentic organic matcha cafe named THE MATCHA TOKYO OMOTESANDO in the previous article.
Click to read Part.1 for your favorite menu and the specialties!