Welcome back from your Field Trip, Boruto. But his little sister is sad…because he forgot to get her souvenir…! I feel sorry for her!
Japanese people strongly tend to buy a lot of souvenirs for everybody even if they don’t ask for it. It’s a part of the culture….
By the way, do you know the model of the Water Clan’s famous confectionery, Mizu-Yatsuhashi?
the Model of Water Cinnamon Sweets “Yatsuhashi” Exists in Real Life!
Japanese kanji 水八ツ橋 (ツ is not technically kanji but katakana though.)is pronounced “Mizu-Yatsuhashi”. 水 means water.
In real life, 八ツ橋 / 八つ橋 / 八橋 / やつはし (Yatsuhashi) is very well known confectionery in Kyoto, Japan. It’s a very thin sweet cinnamon flavored rice cake and the original Yatsuhashi is a baked crispy one.
However, unbaked soft Yatsuhashi filled with bean paste is way more popular than the original one today. They are called Nama-Yatsuhashi(生八ツ橋). There are some different flavors other than just cinnamon.
If you have opportunity to travel to Kyoto, try some Nama-Yatsuhashi! It’s the model of the Water Clan’s Souvenir Sweet!
Today’s Japanese Kanji Shirt is “Shinobi” of course!
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