Italian photographer deeply in love with Japan, I share my photos (in Japanese shashin) and my experiences in Japan. I love Japanese art, culture, literature, music, tradition, food, people, elegance and mostly, beautiful women.
Sunday, 20 January 2013
The kintsuba from Aizu
This are the traditional Japanese sweets called kintsuba, this particular way is from Aizu area, Fukushima prefecture. Are a kind of small pankake sandwich and there are two different variation of filling: the traditional with anko, sweet azuki, and a more recent version with custard cream. This stall was at AizuWakamatsu market on the 10th January, is very popular and have always a long line. Photographed in day light in very cold and snowy day with 17-35 mm. lens.