Dango is one of the most well-known wagashi (Japanese sweets) ever created. Dango is round. Sticky rice flour dumplings are served on a bamboo skewer. Every skewer usually has three to five dango balls on it. Red bean paste or additional toppings, such as a sweet soy sauce syrup, are frequently applied. Dango is soft and chewy, and they are well-deserving of their reputation as a Japanese snack.