Making Traditional Japanese Sweets in a Western Building

By ggt83 (from : ) on 12月. 20, 2016

By ggt83 (from : ) on 12月. 20, 2016

第二天,我们首先乘车逛了弘前市一圈。

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这是河景,虽然现在看上去一般般,春天两旁樱花绽放时,水天一色会美颜非凡。

这是邮筒,上面有个很可爱的苹果。

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这是很有时代感的一栋星巴克,里面还有独立喝咖啡套间,小资十足。

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然后我们体验了亲手制作和式点心的乐趣,教我们的时候很和蔼的老爷爷,喜欢边做边做“这样,这样,这样,在这样”(然而很难233)。

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塑料盒子里那三个是宝宝做的,感觉自己很厉害!然后请无视萌萌哒宝宝和萌萌哒湾湾妹纸萌萌哒皂片后面那个神奇的大叔头。

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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