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SONY DSC

Saen

MATERIAL : Japanese pastry
SIZE : H160 x W120
CL : SHOHAKUDO HONTEN

もてなしはもてなす相手(客人)に与える余韻であり、客人は余韻の残る中で、土産話をする。
余韻の余波が生まれる。
話を聞いた周囲は、その地を想像し楽しむ。
余韻をさらに色濃く、余波をさらに具体的にするために、土産を提案したい。
楕円柱状に作られた和菓子は、茶畑を想像し、その奥には風景のポストカード。
そのまま召せば、お干菓子で。お湯に溶かしてお抹茶を。

When a guest or traveler feels welcome and is treated with hospitality,
the warm memories of their stay is the souvenir they take home.
When their friends ask about where they have been,
it’s those warm memories which will trace out the beauty of the place they visited.
To truly recreate that beauty, why not take home some Japanese sweets lovingly crafted into the shape of tea plantations,
and remind yourself of Shizuoka’s stunning scenery! When serving,
you can even display the postcard behind the sweets for more visual effect.
You can eat the sweets as they are, or dissolve them in hot water to make green tea from their powder.