WASANBON *RERUN
In Japan, there's a type of sugar for nearly any recipe. Among them, wasanbon is perhaps the most precious, as it's produced in only six refineries in the country's Shikoku region. The secret to its quality lies in a traditional method practiced since the Edo period. See the magic happen for yourself, and feast your eyes on all kinds of food that call for Japan's special sugar. (Reporter: Kailene Falls)
Higashi and matcha
Sugar refinery
Wooden molds for sweets
Workshop of Higashi