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Japanese pastries/sweet snacks fare 3/14 - 16

Aki | Mar 13, 2003 03:59 PM

at JAS Mart(St.Marks Pl bet 2&3 ave 212-420-6370).

Many of japanese pastries & sweets from the famous regional bakeries all over japan(tokyo,kobe,kyoto,etc)
are directly imported from japan.These are usually not available in NY.You'll see many things that you've never seen in your life before.

These things shouldn't be missed.

Nama Yatsuhashi from OTABE - Nama Yatsuhashi is the One of the most traditional kyoto's sweets.It looks like a triangular shape uncooked ravioli.The filling is a sweet red bean paste.Very very soft and delicate texture.Do not cook, just take a bite.

Imo Yo-Kan from FUNAWA - Imo Yo-Kan is a semi sweet pate that is made of a japanese sweet potato. Tokyo's traditional.You may find this in NY, but FUNAWA company makes one of the best.FUNAWA's is usually not available here in NY.

Cream Cheesecake from MOROZOFF - The flag ship product of Kobe's famous old bakery.Now they are too famous and became a mass production company,but their Cream Cheesecake is still very good.It's much less sweeter and more delicate than regular cheesecakes in NY.

and much much more.
Check yourself and have a lot of fun!

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