Printed on this delicious cookie is the symbol of Nagoya, a golden carp with the head of a lion called Kinsyachi. There are three layers of decadent filling inside: A white chocolate disc is surrounded by two thin layers of cream cheese to create a crumbly cheesecake flavor.
Langue de chat literally means "Cat's Tongue" in French and gets its namesake from its original chocolate form that resembles the tongue of a cat. In Japan, however, it is commonly baked into a square butter cookie with a white chocolate filling.
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