And a little more sakura…

24 April, 2010

This post is so cute and will make your mouth water. I’m a big fan of Chika who is an amazing photographer as well as an intrepid foodie and blogs at she who eats. Check out her Japanese blog here where you can find even more amazing examples of Japanese sakura confectionary. I so miss Japan!

As it’s still April, I’m just adding this to my previous post for the Hello Japan! mini-challenge hosted by In Spring It Is The Dawn.

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7 Responses to “And a little more sakura…”

  1. gnoegnoe Says:

    Thanks for the tip! Or not, because now I need to google how to rescue my keyboard of all that drewl :\

    Amazing confectionary, I want to have it ALL!

  2. Mystica Says:

    Gorgeous looking sweets – very soft and appealing colors!

  3. chasing bawa Says:

    gnoegnoe: Ha ha, I know exactly what you mean! Aren’t they gorgeous?

    Mystica: It’s so spring-like, isn’t it?

  4. itoeri Says:

    amazing blog! want to try some recipe.

    it seems like that sakura allow you to reflect your inner emotions when you view them. you feel differently, when and where you see them. i believe that it has some purifying effect on your soul.
    its associated with gentle happiness and sadness too.

    • chasing bawa Says:

      Yes, it definitely does. There is a mono no aware moment every time I look at sakura. But it also makes me happy!

      The blog is definitely amazing and the pix are gorgeous!

  5. tanabata Says:

    OMG! I just took a look at the blog, and I’m so impressed with all her sakura baking, and the gorgeous photos. So so pretty!


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