29.8.10

Trapped in Jelly

I love sakuranbo (Japanese cherry) jelly.

Delicate flavour of a cherry trapped in pink tinted sakura jelly.
We buy our wagashi in Minamoto Kichoan, Picadilly.


Served on white porcelain plates
"Colombina" plates, a design collaboration between Alessi & Fuksas.



17 comments:

  1. nomnom! hehe おいしそう~ how are you my love!! miss you!! your previous posts make me want to go back to japan.. NOW! and i want yummy seafood x

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  2. I have never tried that! I feel like I need to, now. It looks so light and delicate.

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  3. it looks so cute to eat lol. how lovely.

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  4. never have tried this; but it looks refreshing~
    I adore white plates, simple & chic!

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  5. Wow, it looks so delicate. :) Mmm, delicate and delicious! Will definitely have to try it someday. :)

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  6. wow the jelly looks very strange but pretty cute!

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  7. that looks very interesting ^^ ive never tried them before but looking at it, it looks like a piece of art

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  8. This looks so yummyyy!!! I wish I could find sakura jelly here....

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  9. ooohhh....yum!!! i'm hungry now...=_=

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  10. yummy & beautiful! if there was only a way to have your cake and eat it too!

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  11. You make me miss Japan so much! I know I've tried it before but can't quite remember how it was

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  12. sakuranbo and jelly together must be heaven!

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  13. btw that japanese sweets shop in picadilly is sooo expensive but at least you taste really japanese sweets there :)

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  14. @ Nic Nic

    Yes it is expensive but you know what? I dont care about the price...If I want it I HAVE TO HAVE IT! I know.....I am a brat!!

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  15. YOU KNOW WHAT THIS REMINDS ME OFF...

    check the dumpster behind the bar of prozzies...fresh eggs anyone?

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  16. btw that japanese sweets shop in picadilly is sooo expensive but at least you taste really japanese sweets there :)

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  17. sakuranbo and jelly together must be heaven!

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