# Gintama Gintoki Sakata’s favorite sweets!
Hello! I am Japanese Takao. ^^
I’m a beginner at English, but I’ll try my best to introduce Japan.
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It is a cloudy today at Tokyo Tsukiji fish market.
I went to work at Tsukiji today and ate sweets here.
Do you know “Mitarashi dango”?
Gintoki Sakata (Gin Tama) likes to eat it!
*Reference source : sd15.jugem.jp/
I love it too.
It is Japanese traditional sweets.
Mitarashi dango is a type of dango skewered onto sticks in groups of 3–5 (traditionally 5) and covered with a sweet soy sauce glaze. It is characterized by its glassy glaze and burnt fragrance.
Tsukiji “Mosuke dango” shop’s map
You can eat Mitarashi dango here.
If you have a chance to visit there, let’s try to eat it!
Takao Sakamoto (^^)
Tsukiji ARITSUGU is the best Japanese knife maker.