Vintage Japanese Kashigata Sweets Mold Plum by vintagefromjapan

Posted By souzoucreations on Vintage

Kashigata was also used in the making of wagashi (nama-gashi or freshly made cake and hi-gashi or dried confectionery) for tea ceremonies.

Common kashigata motifs in the Edo era - chrysanthemums, plum blossoms

Meiji Era - spread of western technology - balloons, planes

World War II - national pride heightened - cherry blossoms, battleships - used as gifts for departing troops, ceremonies and commemorative occasions

*You can use this mold as food mold to cook. Please clean thoroughly before using.

It measures 19 cm long x 10 cm wide x 3.8 cm tall. Inside it measur

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