Illustrated Recipe: Persimmon Cheesecake (in Japanese) by dosankodebbie

Illustrated Recipe: Persimmon Cheesecake (in Japanese) by 


This is from my on-going illustrated recipe series. Each illustration spreads over two washi postcards and is painted in the Etegami style.

Etegami is a Japanese folk art that combines simple images with words on washi paper, often postcards. Each postcard is 10mm x 15mm (approx 4×6 inches).

I am a professional Japanese-to-English translator and an Etegami artist. Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines thoughtful words with simple images painted on washi paper.

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  • Ethna Gillespie
    Ethna Gillespieover 3 years ago

    This is lovely! It reminds me very clearly of when I lived in Japan a long time ago. I remember how persimmons were very popular in autumn. Do you try any of the recipes you feature in your work?

  • Thank you, Ethna. All the etegami in this series illustrate recipes I developed in my own kitchen. All except the fig recipe— which I did for a fig contest— because I can’t get fresh figs where I live.

    – dosankodebbie

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinover 3 years ago

    awesome illustration and colors!!! quite beautiful!!

  • Thanks, Sally. Creative cooking is one of my passions. And Cheesecake is my faaaavorite dessert. So I develop new cheesecake recipes at the rate of about two per year. :p

    – dosankodebbie

  • JolanteHesse
    JolanteHesseover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous illustration…

  • Thank you so much!

    – dosankodebbie

  • mellychan
    mellychanabout 3 years ago

    oh so pretty. mmm kaki cheesecake sounds divine.

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