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Kingyo kan

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Japanese confections are often made to imitate seasonal flowers or living things, like cherry blossoms in spring or hydrangeas in the rainy season.

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In summer, there are many Japanese confections that take goldfish swimming in cool water as a motif, but I think this is the cutest one.
It’s called kingyo kan.
The package comes with a bell attached, making for a delightful present as-is.

Suzumeodori Souhonpo

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posted by Sarah , 8月 23, 2011 11:49:44 (Tokyo) :

They are beautiful! Japanese sweets always look as good as they taste. So pretty.

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posted by ninek , 8月 23, 2011 21:09:31 (Tokyo) :

oooh where in tokyo can i buy them?
this so charming and beautiful!

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posted by Patty , 8月 24, 2011 2:56:21 (Tokyo) :

At first glance, I thought it was a souvenir or something! xD
It’s a lovely sweet though ^^

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posted by 8tokyo , 8月 24, 2011 10:29:47 (Tokyo) :

>ninek
These sweets are only sold in Nagoya. There is a store in front of Matsuzakaya in Nagoya. Take a look at this link.

http://www.suzumeodori.com/user_data/shopinfo.php

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