Japanese “Thank You” – Early Spring Festival

Good morning pretty flowers!

As promised, here are the impressions of the Japanese “Thank you”- Early Spring Festival in Basel. We arrived just at the right time to pick some delicious Sushi from a big flowerbed.  It was an amazing idea to put the Sushi on the salad leaves and garnish with floral radish and rabbit apples (the typical way how Japanese cut their apples for an Bento Lunch box). It was a marvellous flower garden.  May I should try this out when I invite my friends for dinner the next time – would be awesome as an appetizer.

Beside the concerts you could buy Wagashi (traditional Japanese confectionery), sweet and savoury breads, Bento lunch boxes, Arare (Japanese rice crackers) and other yummy stuff from the land of the rising sun. I was standing in front of the Japanese bread stand *omg* they a wide choice of buns, it was very hard to decide. I ended up buying a アンパン (Anpan; bread filled with red bean paste), a 揚げあんぱん(Age-Anpan; fried bread filled with red bean paste) and a クリームパン (Kurimu Pan; bread filled with cream). Mhhh~ *tottemo shiawase!* *very happy*!


by train


An unusual posing of my Mum (*>w<*)


Hello Basel~!


Japanese buns ( ˘﹃˘ )


Arare (Japanese rice crackers)


Mhhh~


Here is the rabbit apple ^^


世界のみなさんありがとう・Bento


Kitsune Udon


My Sweeties (๑´0`๑)


And a sweet Taiyaki on our way back home~

*happy*

6 responses to “Japanese “Thank You” – Early Spring Festival

  1. huhu =) danke das du mich drauf hingewiesen hast u ich freu mich sehr das ich gewonnen hab :D Leider habe ich deine Email gar nicht bekommen oder sie ist bei mir im Spamordner gelandet und ich habe sie gelöscht ausversehen.. ich hoffe das ist nicht schlimm!

    schreibst mir nochmal eine? oder soll ich dir eine schreiben?

    lg steffi =)

  2. Hey ♥ Danke :) Ja die Dekohülle ist selber gemacht aber ich muss noch besser werden// nächstes mal mit ‘richtigem’ deko zeugs oder so (hab nur perlen von primark genommen ;D und h&m).
    Das Fest sieht so schön aus :) Und yummy Essen! Ich hatte noch nie Taiyaki, muss ich mal probieren :3

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