12 best Japanese Christmas desserts
Dorayaki is a type of wagashi, a traditional Japanese sweet, extremely popular with both kids and adults in Japan.
Japanese-style cheesecake, sometimes called soufflé cheesecake or cotton cheesecake, boasts an irresistibly soft and fluffy texture.
Daifuku mochi has to be my favorite Japanese snack of all time. Sweet sticky rice is wrapped around red bean paste to form soft, pillow-like dessert bites that you’ll want to make again and again.
Hojicha Panna Cotta
Hojicha is Japanese roasted green tea. Unlike matcha, hojicha is brown due to the roasting process. It features a nutty and toasted tea flavor, which is quite delightful.
Warabi mochi is a chewy and chilled Japanese dessert, traditionally made from bracken starch. It's dusted with roasted soybean powder and drizzled with brown sugar syrup.