Leslie gave this to me yesterday. She said it was from our mutual friend Kathy who brought it back from Japan. It's from a store called Kyoraku Tsuji ga Hana (京洛辻が花). Google Translate calls this Ochazuke Dim Sum (?).
As soon as I got home from work I opened up the package. So pretty, yah. Leslie had kinda explained to me what I was supposed to do.
I sprinkled the salmon on top of some rice and placed the flower over it.
Instead of tea, I heated up some water only and poured a little over the flower.
After the flower softened a bit, I broke it open and added more hot water.
It was soooooo gooooood!!! I found the website here, but it's in Japanese.
Thank you so much, Kathy!! V, I know you gonna want to look for the store, so I think this is the address in Kyoto: Kyoto-shi Nakagyo-ku Kawaramachi-dori Sanjo Shimo Le Daikokucho 53-1. Looks like you can also find it at Seibu Ikebukuro, Daimaru Sapporo and Sogo Yokohama.