Hato Sable

Using plenty of butter for that pristine taste. Kamakura-born biscuits made in the shape of a pigeon

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The Hato Sable of Toshima-ya, a long-standing Japanese-style confectionary shop founded in 1894, has the motif of a pigeon in keeping with Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine. The pristine taste and butter aroma make Hato Sable appropriate for teatime and is the ideal souvenir.

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2 years ago
Soooo good!
Those are one of my favorite Japanese biscuits! Its so good you can eat an entire box by yourself! They always have a big line going outside the shop as it is very popular but trust me, it is worth the wait!
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