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Although Western-influenced snacks and flavors are a mainstay in Japan, wagashi -- traditional Japanese snacks -- have been enjoyed from over one hundred years, like the fish-shaped taiyaki, to over one thousand years, like warabi-mochi (made from jelly-like mochi rice and covered in sweet roasted soybean flour). As deep-rooted staples of traditional Japanese dessert, wagashi can be found in all supermarkets and convenience stores. Coupled perfectly with green tea, they come in all different flavors, from savory to sweet, and in all different textures, too. Whether savory or sweet, the majority of wagashi are made with rice and red adzuki beans.
Better known as rice crackers in the West, senbei are the ultimate example of wagashi. Traditionally in savory soy-sauce flavor, they can now be found in flavors like wasabi, curry, and even chocolate.
Typically enjoyed with green tea, Yōkan is a thick jelly dessert made with red bean paste, sugar, and agar. They can come in a range of flavors such as green tea, chestnut, and Japanese sweet potato.
Traditionally filled with red bean paste, mochigashi refers to any snack that uses the glutinous mochi rice. They come in pretty colors, and you can now find many variations in the fillings like chestnut paste, chocolate, strawberry, and sesame paste.