Poached Kinkan with a single Kinkan on a plate is picked up with chopsticks while a bowl of Kinkan sits in the background

Poached Kinkan

Poached kinkan, also known as kumquats, is a delightful and versatile fruit that has a long history in Japan. These small citrus fruits are primarily…
Heavenly Strawberry Mousse in a glass is airy and light. It’s topped with a fresh strawberry cut in two.

Heavenly Strawberry Mousse

Strawberries, known as ‘Ichigo’ in Japan, hold a special place in the hearts of the Japanese people. With their vibrant red color, juicy sweetness, and…
Japanese Sweet Coffee Jelly in a glass, swimming in cream and chocolate syrup

Japanese Sweet Coffee Jelly

Japanese Sweet Coffee Jelly is a delightful and unique dessert that originated in Japan. Combining the rich flavors of coffee with the refreshing and jiggly…
Kumquats in Syrup served over yogurt in a ceramic bowl. Fruit is in the background.

Kumquats in Syrup

Introducing my delightful “Kumquats in Syrup” recipe, a delightful treat that will tantalize your taste buds! Originating from the beautiful region of Miyazaki in Japan,…
Sweet Warabimochi sprinkled with kinako and swimming in kuromitsu syrup in a ceramic bowl sitting on a patterned wood tray.

Sweet Warabimochi

Indulge in the delightful flavors of traditional Japanese cuisine with my irresistible Sweet Warabimochi recipe. This exquisite sweet treat combines the unique textures of warabiko,…
Lemon Kudzu pudding in a ceramic bowl, topped with lemon zest

Lemon Kudzu Pudding

Lemon Kudzu Pudding is a Delightful Fusion of Flavors and Textures. As an avid food enthusiast and an adventurous cook, I am always on the…
16 gooey soft caramel squares on a ceramic dish.

Soft Caramels

Soft caramels hold a special place in the hearts of many, evoking cherished memories of childhood and serving as a beloved treat even in adulthood.…
Kuzumochi on a ceramic plate topped with ground soybeans and brown sugar syrup

Kuzumochi (Arrowroot Starch Cakes)

Kuzumochi is a traditional Japanese dessert that dates back to the Edo period which began early in the 17th century. There are actually two types…
Peanut butter bars with a layer of chocolate on top, stacked on a ceramic plate

No Bake Peanut Butter Bars

No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars are so delicious and satisfying that if you keep a few of these in the freezer they will put an end…