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    'Royal Time Milk Tea' cookies from Nagano


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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    difficult leh, bought from Kyoto see whether can find in Tokyo or not lor ...

    another quick shot this morning at the window ...

    Solid shot. Like this one most. Simple window lighting but very effective.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    thanks Nick, glad you like it

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    needed a dose of caffeine ...

    Cappucino Jelly with Whipped Cream

    Last edited by eikin; 11th November 2006 at 02:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    needed a dose of caffeine ...

    Cappucino Jelly with Whipped Cream

    special from japan.
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    thanks Cheesecake!

    Japanese have a liking for caffeine (coffee, chocolate etc.) i have a friend who likes to eat chocolate with 80% cocoa content 1 small piece keeps one awake for quite a while

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    Skewered Riceballs with Redbean paste (Kushidango) 串団子

    Last edited by eikin; 17th November 2006 at 09:32 PM.

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    food! i see food! i want food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    Skewered Riceballs with Redbean paste (Kushidango) 串団子

    wah! very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    Skewered Riceballs with Redbean paste (Kushidango) 串団子

    mux resist...
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    yum yum sure look nice

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    for today, Doraemon's favourite ... Dorayaki どら焼き


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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    for today, Doraemon's favourite ... Dorayaki どら焼き

    now i knw how it looks like.
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    Hi Eikin! It's great to see all the sweeties u posted. But mind to share how they taste like ? haha... that can give us a better idea of how it is like

    Japanese are really detail in everything... food, craft, festivals... I enjoy it. THanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinsph View Post
    Hi Eikin! It's great to see all the sweeties u posted. But mind to share how they taste like ? haha... that can give us a better idea of how it is like

    Japanese are really detail in everything... food, craft, festivals... I enjoy it. THanks!
    ya.. describe the taste leh...
    doraemon!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    difficult leh, bought from Kyoto see whether can find in Tokyo or not lor ...

    another quick shot this morning at the window ...

    This shot is so beautiful that it kills me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinsph View Post
    Hi Eikin! It's great to see all the sweeties u posted. But mind to share how they taste like ? haha... that can give us a better idea of how it is like

    Japanese are really detail in everything... food, craft, festivals... I enjoy it. THanks!
    glad you like them how they taste like? sweet? ok, i'll try with the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    ya.. describe the taste leh...
    doraemon!!!
    my tongue is already getting numbed by all the high sugar sweeties

    Quote Originally Posted by microcosm View Post
    This shot is so beautiful that it kills me...
    the high sugar content can kill too

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    better get some exercise in as well. too much of those and you will be ふにゃふにゃ in no time

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    Kashiwa-mochi 柏餅 (Cypress Riceball)



    Riceballs filled with redbean paste and wrapped in cypress leaves. Savour the mint-like aroma of cypress leaf as you sink your teeth into the soft riceflour skin, revealing a burst of crispy sweetness from the redbean paste inside.

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