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usagi-san yuzu manju

usagi-san yuzu manju

What is living on the moon in your country?
In Japan, rabbits are.

In tradition, we have a moon-viewing party at the night of the harvest moon around the middle of September to early October.

usagi-san yuzu manju

The usagi-san (dear rabbit) manju is made for the party. They are too cute to bite!

Tsukimi – Wikipedia
Kitchoan Tsukimi sweets (Japanese)

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posted by gil , 9月 19, 2009 14:25:06 (Tokyo) :

ahhhh so cuteeee :)

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posted by Dita , 9月 19, 2009 16:01:12 (Tokyo) :

omgg, so cute to bite it ):!

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posted by wind76 , 9月 20, 2009 14:15:08 (Tokyo) :

I n Taiwan.

In China.

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posted by mindnotes , 9月 21, 2009 10:00:24 (Tokyo) :

in Thailand we also have a celebration for a full moon day around mid of August. We also believe there’s a rabbit in a moon. We use moon cake in this party . You can see how’s Thai mooncake from this link.

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