Japanese Sweets “Tai-Yaki”

Tai-yaki is a traditional Japanese sweets but we hardly see this these years. Found the shop in Saitama Pref. near Tokyo…

Tai means Red Sea Bream and Yaki means baked. As you see, it’s a fish-shaped puncake stuffed with red bean paste or custard cream etc. They had matcha(green tea) cream and sweet potato paste(kawagoe, Saitama’s specialty).

When we buy and enjoy it at home, heat it up with oven or frying pan to make it crispy. Try when you will find it in Japan especially freshly baked one at shop!


4 Comments Add yours

  1. chefkreso says:

    Love reading your posts and finding out about new food 😄

    1. Asian Foodie says:

      Thanks ! Will share more when I will find something interesting ! 🤗

      1. chefkreso says:

        Great can’t wait 😄

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