So not healthy. But really yummy! I love Japanese snacks! A summarize of what I’ve already eaten ( yes I count Japanese bread in).
Ok so here we go!
Maccha puding! Maccha is green tea and I basically love everything with maccha in it so you will see it a lot on my blog!
The ‘puccha’ cookies we won at the newspaper game, where you have to make a highest possible tower of newspapers with your group. We did it at the buddy circle event of Rikkyo University.
Very sweet sweets from Kyoto, the cultural main point of Japan. I got it from a friend who went to Kyoto!
Maccha (there you go) donut. There was a overflowing maccha taste and I absolutely loved it! This one wasn’t from Mr. Donuts, the big chain here. Mr. Donuts autumn special, the maron cream donut is a real おすすめ！(recommandation). Autumn has a lot of tasty food in Japan!
Not very visible but maccha waffle ice. The waffle wasn’t crunchy as I expected so I was let down a bit. The maccha ice was good though.
Ki no ko no yama! Special apple and milk flavor! I personally liked it a lot!
Maccha ice bought at the park.
Aha, a healthier snack! Yakiimo, or freshly baked sweet potato! I bought it at the maruetsu supermarket where there was a stand where you could get it warm. I really like satsumaiomo or sweet potato and it seems to be typical for autumn – winter. Another favourite autumn taste: pumpkin ( kabocha). It tasted better as the belgian one!
There’s margerine and anko (beanpaste ) in it. At a specific hour , these kind of bread gets cheaper at the supermarket)
Godiva white chocolate + maccha= heaven! Godiva is really big here!
Following now: a variety of what the Japanese call bread:
With figues and cream cheese.
Maccha fluffy bread.
Sweet potato bread.
Maccha bread bought at the france fair.
And last but not least! Taiyaki with anko cream! Basically you have it in 2 flavors : cream or anko( beans). It’s kind of pancake-ish in a fish form.
So in short: I love matcha and Japanese sweets