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Japanese sweets from Takanoya Sadahiro

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A Happy New Year!!We wish a happy New Year to all of you, our great blog readers!!These Japanese sweets are inspired by the scene of kyoto’s four seasons. The design of the sweets are varied with the seasons,they are supposed to delight the eye as much as the palate.

It’s great to buy them as gifts for special occasions.

Takanoya Sadahiro (Japanese site)

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posted by Marie , 1月 1, 2011 20:48:26 (Tokyo) :

Wow, what amazing sweets!
Happy New Year to you too! Or as we say here in Norway: Godt Nyttår!
:)

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posted by Kyo , 1月 2, 2011 0:25:52 (Tokyo) :

I love japanese sweets. Wish I could buy them here in austria.
Happy New Year to you too (^.^)

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posted by Patty , 1月 2, 2011 2:19:33 (Tokyo) :

These sweets looks so good!

Happy New Year Takako, Yo-Ko,☆i and Yamada! Let’s have an amazing 2011 for 8tokyo! :)

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posted by admin , 1月 2, 2011 10:31:42 (Tokyo) :

あけましておめでとう! Happy new year!

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posted by Claudia , 1月 4, 2011 6:11:59 (Tokyo) :

they look so pretty! I can hardly imagine they taste as good as they look. My favorite is always the bunny :D

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