They need excellent techniques! They all are amazing, and you may want to bring back to your hometown as Omiyage.
However, they are raw sweets and need to keep warm. They also are short lasting, so are not good for Omiyage.
Now, how about Hi-gashi?
Hi-gashi is dry and keeps relatively longer than other Japanese sweets.
They are made of Japanese traditional sugar and flour, and the designs are all cute!
looks like bento (Lunch box)!
I am sure that you will be surprised the real ones, because they are not only cute but also very small!