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I'm from one of oriental land TOKYO JAPAN. Last winter, I visited London with my husband. Then I ate "Party Ring"(Fox's). How cute and colourful biscuit it is!
By the way ,we have a biscuit similar to Party Ring in Japan. That name is "DOUBUTSU YOUCH".
DOUBUTSU means ANIMAL, and I,m sorry, I do not know what YOUCH means in both of Japanese and English.
So this is animal shaped biscuit with colourful icing on the surface of each. Its colours is mainly white, pink, yellow, green. When I get this in the Japanese store, I never fail to choice a packet which has less white and full of pink icing.
|Nicey replies: Thank you Hiromi,
It's always lovely to find out about iced biscuits from around the world, as they are not as popular as once they were here. Good to see some doing well in Japan.