Post # 1
My Darling Husband works for a Japanese-based company. On occasion, some of the Japanese employees or employees who have recently traveled there will bring back Japanese goodies for the office. Once there were fish cookies? Thankfully Darling Husband didn’t bring me any of those. Another time there were strawberry cake Kit Kats. Those were alright. Now here’s this one!
Sakura, I’m pretty sure, means cherry blossom. This thing was awesome, and I’d love to know what’s in it other than deliciousness and magic. Or at least what flavor?
I know Japanese reads down, but sideways worked better. 🙂 Thanks!
Post # 3
Bumping for the evening crowd. 🙂
Post # 4
I sent the link to my brother for you and he said that a lot of these things actually come in boxes that have the ingredients listed on the box and not the individual package and that it’s basically saying eat as soon as possible and store at a low temp and that you’re right that it does say it’s cherry blossom flavor. Hope that’s somewhat helpful!
Post # 5
I’m going to go with deliciousness and magic. I <3 japanese/asian candies. I make my dad stop at the chinese market everytime we pass it going to visit my uncle. <3
Post # 6
Sakura- cherry blossom, hitohira – one petal. It says to eat it quickly after opening. Do not store at hot temperatures to keep the chocolate from melting. The second picture is harder to read, it looks like an address in Tokyo and a phone number for customer service.
Post # 7
This thread is just another reason the ‘bee is awesome!