Travel Blogs: Wagashi From Japan and More Links

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In today's Link Love, tiger prawns in Malaysia, plus deconstructed sushi

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• Wagashi, or small, sweet desserts, take the cake during Japan's traditional tea ceremonies. [Cuki & Cimi]

• Brewster's tiger prawn dish is worth the visit; and two pan-fried pork dishes certainly help. [Motormouth From Ipoh – Malaysian Food & Travel Blog]

• What does sushi look like when taken apart? Answer: artwork. [Shichimi]

• Taiwanese restaurant Five Dime sits inside of a Hsieh Li-hsiang-made sculpture, and serves "Taiwanese comfort food." [CW's Food and Travel Blog]

• Vegetarian restaurants aren't always easy to come by, especially in the Southwest — but Phoenix has plenty of options. [The Healthy Voyager]

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