It’s the season of sakura-flavored food! ? But how exactly does the process of producing the “sakura flavor” go? What does it taste like? How is it used in different dishes? ? Sakura blossoms don’t really have much flavor until they are pickled and salted, which gives them a bit of a salty-sour taste. Pickled+salted flowers and leaves are then mixed with different ingredients to produce different kinds of seasonal sweet or savory delicacies. Here are some seasonal specialties you shouldn’t miss if you are visiting Japan during Spring! ☺️?? Have you tasted sakura-infused food? Did you like it? Let us know in the comments! #japanloverme #jlmtabemono Art by @chichilittle ?
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