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Baked Luckycat

baked luckycat

Baked Luckycat named “neko (cat) yaki (bake)”!

I think they were born maybe because Sakura Bakery is in the Gotoku-Temple around. Gotoku-Temple is famous for Luckycat!

Red bean paste, sesame and red bean paste, or chocolate is inside for each cat. Not only the front of the sweet, their back is really cute too!

Sakura Bakery (japanese)
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posted by lady macaron , 9月 17, 2009 9:15:05 (Tokyo) :

Oh those cats looks cute, actually reminds me of those gold cats in chinese shops sold as souvenirs with their little neck-bells. Love the flavours too!

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posted by LOVETOOTH , 9月 17, 2009 16:11:20 (Tokyo) :

Just went on to their website, love it!
neko yaki yummm~

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