Visiting Japan
Autumn in Japan

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It is first time for  @Manu to visit Japan, she even visited my town before her departure.  

Manu and I met here on Cookie Connection, we talked about cookies, she helped me to design cookies, we worked together, we share many things and we met in Bangkok then in Japan!   I learn a lot from her, not only about cookies but culture and many other things.  She keeps me amazed just like she does to you by her tutorials and her pretty cookies.  

Before she visited me, she told me what she saw and she took a bullet train.   For her memory in Japan, I put Mt. Fuji, autumn leaves and a bullet train "Kagayaki" on the cookie.  I am not good at knitting technique but I just thought she must feel cold here and made knitted sweater and cap with her favorite blue color.  

A bullet train is painted, leaves were made with colored very thin icing 

Besides the beautiful cookie you created, what mostly attracted me was the enormous love you poured into it!! I am so grateful you were able to see each other again and enjoyed such a special time together! Another blessing from this group🥰

Heather Bruce Sosa posted:

Besides the beautiful cookie you created, what mostly attracted me was the enormous love you poured into it!! I am so grateful you were able to see each other again and enjoyed such a special time together! Another blessing from this group🥰

Thank you, Heather.  I wish we could have a real Cookie Connection Party and we can all meet at a time! 

Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
Heather Bruce Sosa posted:

Besides the beautiful cookie you created, what mostly attracted me was the enormous love you poured into it!! I am so grateful you were able to see each other again and enjoyed such a special time together! Another blessing from this group🥰

Thank you, Heather.  I wish we could have a real Cookie Connection Party and we can all meet at a time! 

Just imagine how nice that would be!!!👏👏👏❤️

carouselselsel posted:

This is just so precious. I love the blue knitted sweater and hat Manu and the things from Japan. You are so sweet both of you and I am again a bit gelous...😘😘😘💖💖💖

I wish 3 of us can meet😍  It would be fun but I had to practice my English  

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Ah...Ryoko, you've done it again with your incredible ingenuity @Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. !!! Love this wonderful design. Such exciting news to hear that you and @Manu got a chance to meet in person!!! I'm totally jazzed for both of you . For me, this would be a dream come true to meet ANY/ALL of you wonderful cookie friends ❤️❤️❤️

Carol @Cookies Fantastique by Carol you are definitely on my wish list to meet!  

This cookie really surprised me, Ryoko, because it was like looking at the picture I sent you only five days before I visited you. And you made a “cookie story” by adding me and the train in the picture... the best souvenir from Japan. Thank you for the nice words about me, I learned a lot from you too.

When I told my family and friends about my trip and that I stopped in your town before leaving Japan, they asked me where/when we met. I say Cookie Connection, like if it is a real place somewhere, where you could (physically) go. Cookie Connection is a virtual place, a wonderful website, but the connections made in this amazing community, day after day, among people who share the same passion for cookies are real. So happy to have met you again in person.

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Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
carouselselsel posted:

This is just so precious. I love the blue knitted sweater and hat Manu and the things from Japan. You are so sweet both of you and I am again a bit gelous...😘😘😘💖💖💖

I wish 3 of us can meet😍  It would be fun but I had to practice my English  

You don't need to practice anything. You are perfect the way you are 💗💗💗

I would love to visit Japan one day. I watched a video recently about 10 things you should not do/not polite to do in Japan. So I am more than prepared 😆  I only wish most of them apply for place I live/lived.

Manu posted:

This cookie really surprised me, Ryoko, because it was like looking at the picture I sent you only five days before I visited you. And you made a “cookie story” by adding me and the train in the picture... the best souvenir from Japan. Thank you for the nice words about me, I learned a lot from you too.

When I told my family and friends about my trip and that I stopped in your town before leaving Japan, they asked me where/when we met. I say Cookie Connection, like if it is a real place somewhere, where you could (physically) go. Cookie Connection is a virtual place, a wonderful website, but the connections made in this amazing community, day after day, among people who share the same passion for cookies are real. So happy to have met you again in person.

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Now we have more red leaves in Japan, they are getting prettier.  

carouselselsel posted:
Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
carouselselsel posted:

This is just so precious. I love the blue knitted sweater and hat Manu and the things from Japan. You are so sweet both of you and I am again a bit gelous...😘😘😘💖💖💖

I wish 3 of us can meet😍  It would be fun but I had to practice my English  

You don't need to practice anything. You are perfect the way you are 💗💗💗

I would love to visit Japan one day. I watched a video recently about 10 things you should not do/not polite to do in Japan. So I am more than prepared 😆  I only wish most of them apply for place I live/lived.

I wonder what are "not polite to do in Japan".... probably that's what I do 😅

Sweet Prodigy posted:

This is wonderful, Ryoko. How nice that you and @Manu got to meet. 

If she couldn't come down to my town, I thought I was going up north to see her but she stopped at my town before her departure😍and I could show her a little castle in my town.  I hope to see you, too.  

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