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"For Swedes, Fika is a part of life."

Do you know what Fika is?
It's the Swedish word for "tea time."
At your neighbor's house, at a cafe with friends, even at work.
When we meet face to face, we invite each other by saying, "Ska vi fika? (Let's have tea.)"
Swedes love tea.
And this is a good symbol of their culture of being good at rest and having fun.
The important thing about fika is relaxing and delicious sweets.
Many homes have a variety of homemade sweets for fika.
Along with recipes for such classic sweets, various columns, and many wonderful illustrations,
Follow Fika's 12 months!

Release date: 2016/4/15

http://www.ele-king.net/books/005060/

"Fika" Yoshiko Tsukamoto (author) Rieko Mise (supervisor/illustrator)

Release:April 15, 2016

Regular price ¥2,800

(¥3,080 Tax included.)

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Description

"For Swedes, Fika is a part of life."

Do you know what Fika is?
It's the Swedish word for "tea time."
At your neighbor's house, at a cafe with friends, even at work.
When we meet face to face, we invite each other by saying, "Ska vi fika? (Let's have tea.)"
Swedes love tea.
And this is a good symbol of their culture of being good at rest and having fun.
The important thing about fika is relaxing and delicious sweets.
Many homes have a variety of homemade sweets for fika.
Along with recipes for such classic sweets, various columns, and many wonderful illustrations,
Follow Fika's 12 months!

Release date: 2016/4/15

http://www.ele-king.net/books/005060/

"Fika" Yoshiko Tsukamoto (author) Rieko Mise (supervisor/illustrator)
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