Snacks

kinoko vs takenoko

Kinoko no Yama (きのこの山)vs Takenoko no Sato (たけのこの里)

These sweet snacks call “Kinoko no Yama (きのこの山)” or “Takenoko no Sato (たけのこの里)”. “Kinoko” means mushrooms. “Yama” means mountains. “Takenoko” means bamboo shoots, and “Sato” means village. It is a one of the long-selling sweets that has been loved by Japanese people for about 40 years. Today, I introduce Kinoko no yama and Takenoko no …

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kawakimono

Dry foods as snacks of SAKE Kawakimono(乾き物)

It is said “kawakimono” kinds of the snacks of alcohol as dried foods. When drinking at home or in Izakaya, , Japanese often eat them with Shochu, beer or Chuhai also. Today, I introduce you to some dried foods that Japanese often eat. Contents Surume / Atarime (するめ / あたりめ)Surume recipeEihire (エイひれ)Eihire recipeSakiika(さきいか)Kokutou kurumi (黒糖くるみ)Kawahagi …

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