Making Traditional Japanese Sweets in a Western Building

By Go!Go!Tohoku!! (Staff) (from : Sendai) on 12月. 20, 2016

By Go!Go!Tohoku!! (Staff) (from : Sendai) on 12月. 20, 2016


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When it came to the second day, we first had a brief look of the Hirosaki-city.

In pic2, When in spring, the cherry trees on both sides will blossom and the river and sky will be all pink, which is really amazing!

Pic 3 shows that even for the mailbox, there's always an apple on it.

Pic 4 is a very period-style starbark. Coming close, I saw there's even independent room for having coffee!

Then we went to experience making Japanese sweets inside a western architecture. Our teacher was pretty kind and always said "kouyate kouyate"( do like this, do like this). Though the procedure was difficult, I think my product ( in the plastic box) was good. And delicious lol.( For my lovely pic with a lovely friend, plz ignore the guy's face behind!!!)

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