When you saw the picture, did you think I ate “sand” there? Sand there was very nice, but it was not as nice as that…

So what did I have?
サンド is for サンドイッチ (“sandwich”). Japanese are very keen on shortening katakana words, so sometimes it is hard to guess what it is, isn’t it?
サンド is often used as “xxxサンド”
ハムサンド is a ham sandwich.

ツナサンド is a tuna sandwich.

カツサンド has some kind of (usually pork) crumb-fry in it.

Then do you know what ファインサンド is?

In this case, it is “fine sand” used for art/craft or flower arrangement. Oh, Katakana words are so confusing!

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