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Lucky Charm cakes silicon mold

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Happy New Year 2013!

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I made maneki-neko and sea bream shaped financier (French gold butter cake) by lucky charm cakes silicon mold from MUJI.
Both of maneki-neko and sea bream are good-luck symbols in Japan.

May all 8tokyo readers’ New Year sparkle and shine!

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Good Luck Charm cakes silicon mold – MUJI (Japanese)
Maneki-neko - Wikipedia
Tai: Japan’s King of Fish (meaning of Sea bream in Japan) – Kikkoman Corp.

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posted by Luo , 1月 3, 2013 6:28:04 (Tokyo) :

Such a nice mold, I really love maneki neko and taiyaki shapes =D!

It’s a pity that MUJI European online store does not have this cool product =/

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posted by Ako (necocoa) , 1月 7, 2013 23:21:31 (Tokyo) :

>Luo-san
Oh you know taiyaki XD!
Happy new year!!

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posted by Luo , 1月 8, 2013 4:39:20 (Tokyo) :

Of course, taiyaki are the best =^w^=!

Happy New Year to you too =D!

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