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Fishes « Hiroyuki Nishiuchi’s Blog



This is Japanese Koinobori.

“Koinobori are carp-shaped streamers made of cloth. They are flown on a pole on May 5. They are regarded as a symbol of healthy growth of children.
The custom of flying Koinobori began among the samurai families in the Edo period. In those days, the color of Koinobori was black, but now Koinobori in other colors are also seen.” (http://vortex-japan.seesaa.net/article/86954423.html)



This is Japanese Taiyaki.

Taiyaki is a fish-shaped cake.

It’s like waffle.

The most common filling is red bean paste.

It’s made from sweetend azuki beans.

Today I ate custard one.



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