She sent me beautiful Japanese traditional sweets "Wasanbon" which is used at "Sado (Chado)" , as her family trip souveniour!
They were sooooooooooo yum, and all my family like it so the sweets has gone just soon after I opened the box!!
Especially my 2 years old son liked it a lot and he has run came here to pick them up and run away so many times while I was taking his photo! LOL
Thanks always, Yukari!
*Sado (Chado or Tea Celemony) -------- The custom of drinking tea was brought to Japan from China. Sen-no-Rikyu made it an art in the sixteenth century, The simple and tranquil atmosphere of the tea ceremony provides spiritual training.
[ - from the book "korewo eigo de iemasuka? ]