Shiroi Koibito Cookies

>> Tuesday, February 3, 2009






We have a visitor here in the office. Mr. Takeshi Sakuma from our mother company in Japan is here for an audit preparation for a valued customer audit. He is I think the Quality Control Manager in Japan. And of course he brought us Omiyage (gifts). He brought us Shiroi Koibito Cookies. If I would recollect my Nihonggo lessons, Shiroi Koibito means white sweet heart (Shiroi-white and koibito-sweetheart). It has a white chocolate filling that is sandwich between two langue-de chat biscuits. It’s simple but very yummy and sweet. According to the packaging it is produced in a place called Shiroi Koibito Park in Japan. I did not expect that they would come up with such a sweet delight because based on my experience; my Japanese bosses don’t like sweets. Yummy treat! Thanks Mr. Sakuma!

2 comments:

dharlz February 4, 2009 at 4:36 AM  

sweet treats are partnered with bitter tea...I used to teach Conversational English to Japanese folks back in Manila in 1999-2001, through Kurata Tutorial Center in Guadalupe Nuevo...that is what I learned from the owner, Mr. Akihiko Kurata...hehehehe...

ginabeloved February 4, 2009 at 10:53 PM  

eto yung favorite ko eh... huhuhu hindi na yata ako makakatikim pa ng ganito kasi wala na ako sa senju :(

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