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Chadango_2Dango is a Japanese dumpling made from mochiko, rice flour. There are many varieties of dango in Japan and normally three to four dango are often served on a skewer. The texture of the dango is very similar to chinese glutinous flour ball (tang yuan), especially the plain dango, not only the texture, the taste is almost close to tang yuan.

On this post, I would like to share on the Cha Dango from Kyoto, Japan 京の茶だんご. It is a green tea flavour dango where only sells in Kyoto area. I have never see this brand of dango in Tokyo.

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8 sticks of Cha Dango in a pack

I bought a pack of cha dango when I visited to Kyoto, it came with 8 sticks in a pack which cost 630yen (about RM24). It was nicely wrap and I think the price is expensive due to the beautiful packing. This is not the first time I ate Cha Dango, the same brand of Cha Dango given by Japanese Colleague from Kyoto was really impressed me. The "Q-ness" texture and green tea taste of the dango was fantastic. I like it!

Chadango

京の茶だんご

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Cha Dango with beautiful packing

Please give it a try if you have a chance to visit Kyoto in Japan. You can easily get it from any of the souvenior shop in Kyoto.

I will introduce another type of dango in the next post, please stay tune!



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#7 Deb 2010-01-30 01:44
I went to Uji last summer and bought some fresh chadango. They are soooo delicious! Now that I am back in the US, I really miss dango...
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#6 MnY - SH Yong 2010-01-22 19:11
Hi Ken,

Sodesu ka? Watashi mo dango o daisuki desu ne!
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#5 email2me 2010-01-22 16:37
Watashi dango daisuki! :woohoo:
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#4 MnY - SH Yong 2010-01-19 22:02
I am from Malaysia. Thanks, I do enjoy my time in Tokyo. And I like the food in Japan. Your photos of sashima and beef make me hungry. :cheer:
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#3 ayanan 2010-01-19 21:58
i'm living in Tokyo right now.
so where are you from?
please have a great time in Kyoto.
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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2010-01-19 21:42
Hi Ayanan, I am now staying in Tokyo. Went to Kyoto for short trip.
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#1 ayanan 2010-01-19 20:56
thanx for leaving a comment on my weblog.
what's a cool page it is!
are you in Kyoto??
i'm touched by your these pix.
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