Latest limited flavor of Kinoko no Yama (Chocorooms) is for early spring, strawberry and condensed milk.
The cute packages are full of kawaii strawberry illustrations, and the box says, “if you find the flowers on packages, you are lucky!”
Can you see the flowers on this? Have a lucky day!
Amadokoro Akane serves delicious Japanese sweets in Kamakura.
Especially their “ni-azuki”, sweeten boiled azuki beans are so good!
Ni-azuki with baked rice cake was a menu for new year.
Amadokoro Akane (Japanese)
Komeda’s Coffee is a chain company of coffee shops, but they are very famous of “Shironoir”.
Soft serve is on hot danish pastry. Simple and kinda nostalgic sweets!
My friend ordered “Cream soda”, the vivid green soda reminds us when
we were children!
Komeda’s Coffee (Japanese)
My friend gave me beautiful and colorful Pates de Fruits, ‘Fruits Gelifier’ from Isetan.
Pates de Fruits is an European traditional confiserie, however the ‘Fruits Gelifier’ has a slightly sticky texture that is adapted to the Japanese plate.
ＦＲＵＩＴＳ ＧＥＬＩＦＩＥＲ (Japanese)
My family and I had a Christmas cake, Buche de Noel from Mariage Freres at Matsuya-Ginza department store. It is their limited special cake for Christmas.
It looks very gorgeous, and it is glittered in colorful berries. And, its
original flavored tea, Esprit de Noel is used in the cream.
The cake had very rich taste with fragrant berries and the special tea. Also, a pack of the Esprit de Noel tea leaves comes with the cake.
MARIAGE FRERES (Japanese)