tatsuya
Let`s share some "Okashi" (sweet) of your country

Have you ever heard of the word "お菓子" meaning sweets? This article shows what kind of お菓子 we have in Japan. We have what we call 和菓子. As you might already know it`s one of the traditional Japanese sweets. You can have them anywhere, but especially the one in Kyoto might be the best. Why you can know the reason below. 

 

http://web-japan.org/niponica/niponica12/ja/index.html

 

By the way, let`s hare some sweets that are originally from your country in Japanese. 

 

 

 

May 18, 2014 2:08 PM
Comments · 5

たしかにw

May 18, 2014

こんばんは。Adriさん!

 

ピーナツバターにチョコレート!!!???

 

それはかなり甘そうですね笑 Btw,自分はチョコレートが好きです^ ^ 

June 24, 2014

アメリカ人はピーナッツバターにチョコ例とがすきです。

 

Americans like chocolate with peanut butter.

June 24, 2014

I'm sorry I can't type in Japanese currently.

It's great that you share the interesting website.

 

I love traditional Japanese sweets. They taste wonderful. Simple and natural!

BTW, it seems that there are lots of chocolate products in Japan.

I'm not sure if lots of Japanese really like chocolate, or the businessmen love to make and sell chocolate.  

 

 

 

May 24, 2014

「お菓子」ってやっぱりおかしいね!{Pun intended!!!} Shareしていただきありがとうございます!

May 18, 2014
tatsuya
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), English