Monday, February 02, 2009


If you love persimmon, then you'll love this. Hoshigaki, japanese dried persimmons. It's just so....naturally persimmon sweet. A layer of white powdery sugar coating formed upon air drying. It's similar to the china version of the dried persimmon. Used to nibble on them during this time of the year, till mum discovered during her trip to china. Placed along any available roadside, persimmons. Drying. Exposed to the many many cars, bullock carts, bicycle I have refrained from eating since.

1 comment:

stay-at-home mum said...

But the Japanese ones cost so much more than those from China!! Guess you pay for "no bullock carts" whizzing by!