Friday, August 23, 2013

Pink Saturday - Minamoto Kitchoan

Happy Pink Saturday in the Pink City! Minamoto Kitchoan is a Japanese "pastry" shop located at 509 Madison Avenue (between  52nd and 53rd) in New York City. They are a jelly based pastel dessert wrapped and displayed so beautiful just like in a museum!  









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11 comments:

dana said...

Grace. . . you have the MOST fun in that City!! I love the pix you shared from this store!!!

Hope you have a great PSat!!!

L, Dana

Sherry said...

What interesting looking sweets. I would love to visit New York one day!

LV said...

Glad I am too far ay to visit this grand store. What a joy it would be get some samples.

Sandy C said...

Wow, did you try them?

RobinfromCA said...

Anything made with white peaches is OK by me! You do have so many places to discover in NYC!
Have a lovely weekend,
Robin

Ann said...

You have so many places to visit there--what a wonderful store. Love all the pinks.
Ann

Fun With This and That said...

I sure like your posts The pic are great!!! Did you get any of the jelly? you sure take advantage of the city keep up the pics Laura

jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Hi Grace. It as so nice to see your comment. I love NY and all the wonderful shops, bakeries and delicious things to eat. My sisters and I (5 of us) visited NY for a week a few years ago. We had the most fabulous time.

The baked goods look wonderful and so different. Yum.
Happy Pink Saturday
Jeanne xo

Marie Arden said...

OOH I will have to go there when I get to NY city someday. Love the Japanese pastry and presentation.

Marie Arden said...

OOH I will have to go there when I get to NY city someday. Love the Japanese pastry and presentation.

racheld said...

How very lovely! I'm always drawn to anything dainty and pastel in the pastry/sweets counters. And white peach---we had two of the trees on our "place" in Mississippi, and they were the most ethereally delicate fruit.

Simply lovely---and the little green gazing balls are charming, as well.

rachel