dove-shaped shortbread, and shiroi koibito
a sudden longing to gaze upon your tall poplar trees
- an omiyage of bundled joy
Hato sabur (French - sable) is shortbread in the shape of a dove (Japanese - hato) - a famous confectionery that is originally from Kamakura. Why the dove shape?
Shiroi Koibito, literally translated as "White Lover", refers to a chocolate-sandwich cookie, from Sapporo. What you see in the photo above is the white chocolate Shiroi Koibito.
Omiyage means memento, souvenir or gift in Japanese.
Safiza is a Travel Blogger, Common Reader, Book Hoarder, Art and Nescafe Tarik Lover.