This is the omiyage (souvenir) that Satoshi brought home for me from Tokyo. It is made by a company called Festivalo.
Most airports around Japan have this brand, but with different types of desserts--this is so that you have to actually GO to the specific airport to get the certain type of dessert! A couple of years ago, we bought a version called Caprese from the Fukuoka airport, which had chocolate on the top and the sweet potato filling on the bottom.
For this version, called Tokyo Mont Blanc, they combined murasaki imo (purple sweet potato) and kuri (chestnut), it wasn't very sweet, so it was very easy to eat!
There is also a chocolate shop in Umeda which I really like called Palet d'or. I noticed that they had a new product--macarons, so I got some to try.
Unfortunately, they didn't have a chart which explains what flavor each one was, so this is what flavors I thought they were.
light green = lime with green tea
light pink = cherry with chocolate ganache
lt brown with cocoa nibs = an orange/citrus filling
brown = chocolate
dark brown with cinnamon = a cinnamon filling with ganache
It's supposed to rain the whole weekend here, hope you enjoy your weekend!