Over 30 Matcha Desserts to be Sold at Daimaru Tokyo’s Green Sweets Fair

14.May.2019 | FOOD

Matcha is a huge part of Japanese food culture that has earned much love around the world. Its bitter taste is enjoyed in both traditional Japanese desserts and delicacies as well as those in the west too.

 

Daimaru Tokyo is currently holding the Green Sweets Fair until May 31 where you can enjoy over 30 different matcha desserts. Let’s take a look at some of them.

 

<Nenrinya> Matcha Mound Baum: ¥1,836

This baumkuchen cake is left to mature after cooking over a long period of time. It’s made with Uji matcha from Kyoto and has a strong matcha fragrance.

 

<YOKUMOKU> Cigar au Matcha (8 Pieces): ¥1,080

The round cigars are made with lots of Hokkaido butter and filled with matcha chocolate.

 

<Funabashiya> Matcha Rice Flour Dumpling Anmitsu: ¥583 (1 Pot)

Enjoy an assorted pot of rich matcha agar, specially-made strained bean paste, and rice flour dumplings.

 

<Ginza Mamehana> Soy Cream Animitsu Daifuku (Matcha/Brown Sugar Syrup): ¥1,029 (Box of 6)

These daifuku rice cakes come in two different flavours: one with brown sugar syrup soy cream and sliced agar and another with matcha, bean paste and agar.

 

There are plenty more where that came from, so head to Daimaru Tokyo for the Green Sweets Fair.

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