… you can make them heart-shaped.
These heart-shaped water melons are made by Hiroichi Kimura, a farmer from Kumamoto Prefecture.
See also Japanese square water melons
I got this sweet treat from a sweet colleague of mine! It had sakura flavour!
And it tasted delicious!
This sweet is called “Tsubuan iri-nama yattsubashi” (粒あん入り生八つ橋). I sure must look for it next time I’m in Japan. It’s nickname is “otabe” (おたべ)．
Thank you Zhang Jingyu!
There is otabe with all kind of different flavours!
We all love Totoro cookies right?