The light and fluffy taste of a biscuit in your mouth. On 2/27/1855, a scholar of Western Studies named Houan Shibata sent off a letter with the recipe of “How to Make Biscuits” and from there is how “Biscuit Day” was established. At that time, biscuits were made popular due to how long it could be preserved. Overseas, both “biscuit” and “cookies” are seen as the same thing but in Japan the difference in the content of the sugars, oils and fats. “Even hitting the pockets doesn’t spill the biscuit.” However this feature will introduce many mouth-watering biscuit illustrations that look so appetizing you’ll swear you can smell them.