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Sakura food is all the rage in Japan, this time of the year. I came here for the Wagashi(s) and the seasonal tea for the momth, Sakura green tea (totally yums & therapeutic) here at TeaPress.Japanese embraces Sakura in their cooking during Spring, hence many of their food this season integrates the use of these pretty cherry blooms.I had a fair share of their seasonal green tea daifuku, Sakura mochi and Hokkaido tart and the Sakura mochi was my personal favourite! Think of savoury sweet pink col
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Sakura food is all the rage in Japan, this time of the year. I came here for the Wagashi(s) and the seasonal tea for the momth, Sakura green tea (totally yums & therapeutic) here at TeaPress.

Japanese embraces Sakura in their cooking during Spring, hence many of their food this season integrates the use of these pretty cherry blooms.
I had a fair share of their seasonal green tea daifuku, Sakura mochi and Hokkaido tart and the Sakura mochi was my personal favourite! Think of savoury sweet pink coloured rice balls stuffed with adzuki bean paste and wrapped with pickled cherry blossom leaf!

I opined that the Hokkaido tart was slightly overdone as the original Japanese tarts have a wobbly center filling as compared to Malaysia's customary egg tarts. While the texture of the green tea daifuku was chewy as I had expected it to be. Thank goodness it was not sweet at all though!
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Date of Visit
2016-04-22
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM20 (Tea)
Celebration
Chinese New Year