July 10, 2011
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This is what we call kasutera.
It’s a very dense sponge cake which contains lots of honey in the ingredients.
Very moist and dense, heavy. It goes perfect with milk! Mmmm!:)

4 of 4

This is what we call kasutera.

It’s a very dense sponge cake which contains lots of honey in the ingredients.

Very moist and dense, heavy. It goes perfect with milk! Mmmm!:)

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    IT LOOKS SO FREAKIN GOOD. it’s in a perfect little bar. omg.
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    Yum… Px
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    this makes my day
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  16. nanaluvren reblogged this from kumako365jp and added:
    Interesting fact, Kasutera derives from the Spanish word (and place) Castilla. Turns out this cake was brought to Japan...
  17. oceans-of-mountains reblogged this from samantha-cakes and added:
    it’s a pain in the ass to make but so worth it. the green tea kasutera is my favorite.
  18. samantha-cakes reblogged this from himmie and added:
    O__O MMM
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  20. estyeffyou said: It kind of looks like “pound cake” that we have in the US!

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