Hi David! I’ve made 3 trials and on the third the variation suggested by my boyfriend was adding turbinado sugar sprinkled/pressed on the to, baked for 20 minutes-they came out great with lightly browned edges. JapanesePod101 Review: Is It Worth Your Money? So usual. There you go making me hungry again . Inside was one of those dove-shaped cookies. That is so cool! Now I can recreate that wonderful flavour and all the memories of a lovely trip to a very friendly town. I went to look for a dove cookie cutter like Hato Sable but the shape wasn’t the same…, I wish they have similar ones! Thank you. Character for Hato (dove) Logo of the store Change the whisk to the beater attachment. . Thanks for the recipe : ), Hi Luz! My Kamakura memories came rushing back. Thank you for your comment, Nancy! I guess neither of those flavors are very common in the United States. My fav is sea salt. , Thank you very much for this recipe. The dough can be rolled into a log shape and sliced, or cut out with cookie cutters. We are so glad to hear you enjoyed Nami’s Butter cookies! Since moving from Yokohama to the Bay Area when I was 20 years old, I get a craving for the snacks I grew up with once in a while. P.S.-After writing the post, I tried the cookie. Remove from oven and let cool completely on wire rack. YES, Actually. As with most cultures the food was adopted and made to the tastes of the people. Is JapanesePod101 A Good System for Japanese Listening Practice? And stay in touch with me on Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram for all the latest updates. One day a foreigner visited this shop and gave the founder of the store a biscuit. Hi Adeline! I’m so happy to hear your family enjoyed these cookies. Oh that sounds delicious and crunchy! Thank you Nami! Those are Teacake cookies, people in the south of North America makes them. Great idea suggested by your BF! Thanks so much for your tip! xoxo. Thank you for your generous sharing. Experience fun Japanese candy & tasty Japanese snacks directly from Tokyo. Gather all the ingredients. . I’m so glad you can make this recipe vegan-friendly! If you don’t have a food processor, you can simply use a bowl to mix all the ingredients. Thank you for your kind words and support! I recently visited Kamakura and, thanks to your post, made sure I did not leave without stopping by their store! Thank you very much!!!! Hi Esther! Hi Charo! Hi Dre! It’s not like McDonald’s invented the hamburger, either. Because of my friend Abasa, I was able to make a new friend out of the trip, Rei…who served as my impromptu tour guide. Thank you Nami! Hi Juliana! Around that time, Japan started to open itself up to the world, allowing many foreign goods to come into the country. One day a foreigner visited this shop and gave the founder of the store a biscuit. This is just one of them. If that first nibble is good, I whole-heartedly plan on eating the crap outta this cookie! Have you ever been to Kamakura before? Check out our Japanese sweets marketplace to … Hi Judy! Sign up for the free Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! So happy to know there is another Hato Sabure fan out there! Thank you. As a result, I usually devour them as soon as I get them. I thought about Rei, touring the temples on a hot summer afternoon, eating enough matcha ice cream to make the average person sick to their stomach (let’s just say I have a pretty high ice-cream tolerance, lol ), and how I missed out on these cookies. I found that pretty interesting. I will definitely make this again as it is easy and really delicious! Ah I miss it! Tip: I put the long cooking chopsticks (it’s about ¼ inch thickness) on both sides of the dough and roll the dough to keep the same thickness. Hih Skiii! They are delicious, and it’s fun to make especially with your kids who can help cut out the dough with cookie cutters.