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Hato Sabure are very popular dove-shaped cookies from Kamakura City in Kanagawa Prefecture. It has been sold since 1894 and continues to be a popular snack, reminding many people of their childhood days. The cookie is somewhat between a shortbread cookie and a butter cookie. It has a light taste, not too buttery, and has a crispy texture. The cookie is packaged in a simple clear packaging, displaying the adorable dove-shaped cookie. Hato Sabure is one of Kanagawa's most popular souvenirs and is known throughout Japan.
One of the world's largest Chinatowns and preserves former Western residences
Most popular tourist destinations are Yokohama, Kamakura and Hakone.
Great place for some shopping and exploring the town of Kamakura
Wagashi generally refers to traditional Japanese confections