Posts Tagged ‘mushi-pan steamed bread

Setsubun Wagashi: Oni-ni-Kanabo from Kyoto Confectionery Sentaro

Setsubun Wagashi: Oni-ni-Kanabo from Kyoto Confectionery Sentaro
At Setsubun, people in Japan are thinking eho-maki sushi rolls, grilled sardine and roasted soybeans to prevent misfortune and increase happiness. No one thinks of wagashi. Sentaro, a shinise confectionery in Kyoto, made their own unique and tasty Setsubun demon theme roll, but you don’t get sushi from a confectionery, it’s a wagashi roll! Its quite long and comes wrapped…

Junk Food in Japan: Otokomae Tofu Mushi Pan Steamed Bread’

Junk Food in Japan: Otokomae Tofu Mushi Pan Steamed Bread’
Mochi Mochi Mushi Pan, a steamed bread with a mochi-like texture is my current favorite Japanese convenience store junk food. (Not that I eat much from convenience stores, but I do enjoy observing their product development and marketing campaigns.) I was very happy to find a new variety of mushi pan that I like very much. Like Otokomae Tofu

Nishiki Market Best: Kyoto-style Beef Manju Bun

Nishiki Market Best: Kyoto-style Beef Manju Bun
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Kyoto Nishiki Market
Nikuman or beef manju is a very common snack in Japan and something that Japanese are quite passionate about. In the cold months of the year, every convenience store chain has their annual best nikuman lineup in a glass case, steaming hot, next to the cash register.…

Junk Food in Japan: Mochi Mochi ‘Mushi Pan’ Steamed Bread

Junk Food in Japan: Mochi Mochi ‘Mushi Pan’ Steamed Bread
While it might be hard to believe, and I am not ashamed, some junk food in Japan really captivates me. This quasi-junk food, mochi mochi mushi pan, or steamed bread has got me. I haven’t been able to get over it for a year now so I thought that I ought to introduce it on KyotoFoodie. It is quite interesting…

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