18. Sakura Tea
Sakura tea is slightly salty and a very typical drink for celebrations such as weddings in Japan. The flower unfolds in the hot water and adds beauty to the elegant flavor of the cherry blossoms. Check out the recipe below!
17. Sakura Rice
Sakura rice is a very simple and easy-to-make recipe with pickled sakura. When cooked with rice, the salt of the pickled sakura emphasizes the beautiful flavor of the cherry blossoms. See the recipe below!
16. Sakura Mochi
Sakura mochi is a rice cake made of sweet rice. It is the classic recipe for pickled sakura, and you can have it pretty much everywhere in Japan during the cherry blossom season. Check out a great recipe below!
15. Sakura Yokan
Sakura yokan is a kind of jelly also very nice in summer. This recipe is easy and quick to make, and the yokan tastes and looks fabulous. Impress your family and friends with the recipe below!
14. Sakura Anko Mushipan
Sakura anko mushipan is a kind of Japanese-style muffin. Mushipan means steamed bread; it's fluffy and soft, and the flavors of anko bean paste and sakura form a nice combination of typical Japanese sweet ingredients.
13. Sakura Jelly
This sakura jelly is almost like a painting. You can see sakura flowers in a clear jelly (made with the pink soaking liquid of the sakura), sitting on a base of dark cherry mousse and cherries. Wow!