Handwritten signs are used quite a lot in stores in Japan, especially the smaller, more personal places. This one particularly caught my eye while shopping.
‘Happy Soft’ – a happy ice cream!
やきたての パンの なかに ほっかいどうさん ソフトクリームを いれました。
焼きたて means ‘freshly baked’ and is usually (as in this case) associated with warm, delicious-smelling bread. It appears that this ice cream is encased in a fresh bread wrap, and we are told that it uses fresh cream from Hokkaido! Adding 産 to the end of places usually means ‘made in’ or a ‘product of’.
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