Saturday, December 27, 2008

Chocolate and Tie

My friend in New York sent me Christmas gifts in a cardboard box. I reciprocated his kindness with this efuto containing some of the gifts.
- MT

4 comments:

berenice said...

hola masanobu

what a lovely way to celebrate your friend's gift, lovely chocolates, now i wish i had one of those heh hhe

your efuto collection is growing beautifully! what a pleasure to re-visit your hand-painted posts! you are a very talented man :D

Masanobu said...

Berenice,

Oh, you are a so sweet woman! If you are a chocolate lover, I am happy to send you some of the best chocolate in Japan.

berenice said...

hola again Masanobu, i forgot to check the follow-up box so i didn't get a reply of your comment, but i see it now

and Thank you!! yes, I've tried some Japanese chocolate before, not sure if the best one though... here in San Diego there are many Japanese living and I go to a store with just Japanese products, the store is called Mitsuwa, I think is very expensive for you to send me chocolates on the other side of the world heh heh, but if you tell me the brand name I might find them here in the US... or I can ask my friend (born in Nagoya and living in San Diego) where to find them here

gracias amigo Masanobu, hope you are having a nice time in your country :D

Masanobu said...

Berenice,

Oh, I forgot the fact that we both are in the worldwide "financial crisis." Thank you for your consideration.
The ones I recommend for you are made by Rokkatei confectionery. The shop is based in Hokkaido, where good azuki beans are produced.

We have unusually cold winter here in japan. I've heard that many US states are experiencing simiar cold weather. Take care!