Sable with "Thank you" in sign language sold for understanding

July 6, 2016

The confectionery sales Kaoru Shop in Kawashiri-machi, Akita-shi in northeastern Japan cooperated with the Akita Sign Language Spread Center on July 5 in sale of  sable with sign language illustrated meaning "thank you very much" for a limited period. (photo)

The center got cooperation from the store with an special printing machine with edible ink in order to get many more people interested in sign language.

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