上[うえ]の写真[しゃしん]は、何[なに]か分[わ]かりますか。Do you know what this is?
これは、日本人[にほんじん]が大[だい]好[す]きな日本[にほん]のお菓子[かし] (= sweets)です。日本語[にほんご]でシュークリームと言[い]います（下[した]の写真[しゃしん]を見[み]てください）。
This is one of Japanese favourite sweets and called “shu cream” in Japanese. “Shu” comes from the French word “chou” meaning cabbage. Its shape looks a bit like cabbage, don’t you think? “Cream” is of course "cream" in English. You can find this type of sweets in New Zealand but it has always fresh cream in it. As you can see the photo below, Japanese one has custard cream in it.