They'll usually keep 3-4 days, long enough for you to get home and give it to someone or freeze. Beautifully crafted, delicate and delicious, wagashi might well be your new-found obsession in Tokyo, and we wouldn’t blame you one bit. Each store promotes Japanese and local culture. Wagashi, or traditional Japanese sweets, are often served with matcha tea. You'll see all kinds of pretty ones. Kyoto is the home ground for wagashi, and there are many shops with hundreds of years of history. Whether you see perfect cherry blossom decal in spring or the warm oranges of chestnut in autumn, wagashi are one of those little treats in … Wagashi sweets culture has grown to be high rated overseas. Staff Reviews User Reviews Cheapest Newest. We do not carry any inventory. One type called, higashi has a long shelf life, about several months. Wagashi in general is not expensive, Y150-300 apiece. Mochi & Wagashi by Fugetsu-do Fresh Baked Breads: by Yamazaki We are the only online Japanese market that sells Fresh, Deli, Frozen, and Dry Goods We offer select cuts of Meat for Sukiyaki or Shabu Shabu, Sashimi and Sushi grade fish & Fresh Japanese produce, all delivered to your door. We hope to be a bridge and to inter-act with Japanese and local cultures. In 1993, We've opened our international store in Singapore. If you go to any department store food hall, you'll find several wagashi shops. 22 restaurants were found! Wagashi ‘Wagashi’ literally means ‘Japanese sweets’, and the term refers to any Japanese confections that were invented in Japan during the Edo period. Since then, we've expanded our stores in 11 cities in 7 countries so far. Sort by. Most wagashi are made with a combination of mochi (pounded rice), anko (azuki sweet red bean paste), and/or fruit, and are commonly served with green tea or during the Japanese tea ceremony. Search Filter. We currently have stores in 8 countries Internationally.