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Pin for Later: Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat Croissant!

Kit Kat Croissants

A Day in Japanese Tea Country: Green tea tasting and a tour of tea fields near…

A Day in Japanese Tea Country: Visiting a Tea Farm Near Kyoto, Japan

A day in Japanese tea country: Green tea tasting and a tour of tea fields near Kyoto, Japan. // Tea lovers: Pin this post and save it for tea travel and Japan travel inspiration!

Japan for first timers – 25 useful tips – a matter of taste

A Guide To Camping: Things You Should Keep In Mind

Japan for first timers – 25 useful tips – a matter of taste – travel with attention to food

Japan for first timers – 25 useful tips – a matter of taste

Japan for first timers – 25 useful tips – a matter of taste

Japan Express: Osaka to Tokyo - Lonely Planet 9 day itinerary -- Take in the views of Mt Fuji, stay in temple lodging and a traditional ryokan, gaze at the famous floating gate Miyajima Torii, explore Kyoto's Nijo Castle

Japan Express: Osaka to Tokyo in Japan

Gap Adventures - Route map for Japan Express: Osaka to Tokyo (AJJR)

A Taste of Japan: Hotel Ambassador & Spa by Ali Tayar | Projects | Interior Design

A Taste of Japan: Hotel Ambassador & Spa by Ali Tayar

Tokyo Eats | Just a Taste - Part 4

(Traditional Japanese cuisine) at Hirobun in Kibune. The way to eat cold noodles. The noodles come sliding down a pipe that you have to catch with your chopsticks as it passes in front of you.

Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but  it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.

3 Methods For Making Matcha

Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage!

Cha-Nô-Ka __ Japanese biscuits green tea cookie sandwiched with a white chocolate filling

Japan 2012 - Kyoto Biscuits

Cha-Nô-Ka __ Japanese biscuits green tea cookie sandwiched with a white chocolate filling – called Cha No Ka.

Japanese Street Food: 10 Top Foods Worth Knowing. Looks like a feast fit for everyone who loves Japan!!

10 Japanese Street Foods Worth Knowing

Yaki imo is a type of Japanese street food that uses wood fire to bake sweet potatoes. Check out this San Jose Japanese restaurant infographic to learn about other types of Japanese street food sold around the country.

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