My friend went to Japan to visit her grandmother and I asked her to look for some Sakura Shio Zuke for me (salted cherry blossoms). My friend couldn't find any. After she left Japan and returned home, her grandmother sent a package with the sakura to her and wrote, "For your friend" on it. So super sweet.
I would like to write the grandmother (Obaachan) a thank you letter in Japanese as she does not speak/read English. (My friend's Japanese is rusty or I would ask for her help.)
Would some kind soul help me write a thank you letter? It doesn't have to be super long. Just something thanking her for being so thoughtful. I will use the sakura in my classroom for some special onigiri when the cherry blossoms bloom in our town. (We'll have a sort of make shift hanami festival.) So something about my students enjoying it would be nice.