Higashi

[food] Higashi (Japanese: 干菓子 or 乾菓子, dry confectionery), is a type of wagashi, which is dry and contains very little moisture, and thus keeps relatively longer than other kinds of wagashi. ==Overview== The concept of higashi is comparable to the antonym of namagashi, and the definition can include rakugan, konpeito, senbei, ara...
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Higashi

Another term for Daily Life Therapy.
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Higashi

Sweets served before drinking green tea. Traditional Japanese sweets such as omogashi and higashi are always served before tea is offered to guests. Before drinking koicha (thick green tea), omogashi (moist cakes made with jelly or anko sweet-bean paste) are offered to balance the palate with sweet before bitter and higashi are usually served befor...
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Higashi

Type: Term Pronunciation: hē-gah′shē Definitions: 1. Ototaka. Japanese physician. See: Chédiak-Higashi disease, Chédiak-Steinbrinck-Higashi anomaly, Chédiak-Steinbrinck-Higashi syndrome
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