I think it’s interesting to learn about different foods eaten around the world. Here’s one that’s eaten in Japan. Ayako Egawa shared this photo with me, with the note:
This is a fish shaped sweet called “Taiyaki”. It’s a popular sweet in Japan. Usually Azuki (red bean) paste is stuffed inside it. But this one has custard cream inside of it. It’s yummy!
Thanks for sharing that with us Ayako!
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April 13th, 2009 at 1:34 pm
This is one of the best parts of going to a touristy spot! You can always find Taiyaki.