Japanese Wagashi Sweets is a treat for people; especially the creativity shown is adorable. The Japanese sweets main ingredients are mocha, (pounded rice), fruits, and anko (azuki sweet red bean paste). The sweet of Japan Wagashi is with these ingredients and it allows chefs to design as per their wish. Kurokazu in Shonam is a sweet shop owner. He is talented extremely in creating Wagashi sweets.
Kurokazu has a fish-theme on his banner image and the profile picture displays him casting a fish rod into an ocean. It gives a belief of him doing fishing as a hobby. Kurokazu is a chef and he prepares Wagashi sweets in varieties. He presents them as colorful birds, or using koshian prepares yellow cockatiels, the green and blue buegerigars, and green birds containing the eyes with Yuzu-an and yummy is the tongue.
Kurokazu presents the cockatiels made using koshian the red bean smooth paste. He has given them original looks giving the right choice of colors. The cockatiels are done using smooth red bean paste known as koshian. He has given green and blue begerigars. The blue ones have koshian and the green o0ne have yuzu-an (bean paste having yuzu flavor) within.
Kisshoan was known for dorayaki cakes. It all started as he got inspired with fishing and he made realistic and cute pufferfish wagashi. The Red-eye puffers have tsubu-an on the top that is the chunky red bean paste, the center features vermiculated puffers and the bottom has the yuzu-an-and grass puffers with koshian inside. These gained popularity that he received request to make different birds, as well.
Kurokazu lives in Kanagawa Prefecture and loves welcoming his customers. Due to the Pandemic he his sell Wagashi online, but is overwhelmed with demand.
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