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Baked pastries 焼菓子【やきがし】 encompass a wide array of items. What are some ways to count some of them? As one might in a request.

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This calls for the 数え方の辞典

やきがし 【焼き菓子】

枚【まい】、個、本、台
クッキーやビスケットなど切り分けずに食べる平面的な焼き菓子は「枚」、マドレーヌやカップケーキは「個」で数えます。パウンドケーキは「本」、焼き型で丸く焼き上げたスポンジケーキは「個」「台」で数えます。

切れ、ピース
切り分けた焼き菓子は「切れ」「ピース」、それを小売りする場合は「個」などで数えます。

A rough translation is

yakigashi

mai, ko, hon, dai
Flat yakigashi eaten without cutting like cookies, biscuits, etc. are counted with mai, madeleines, cupcakes, etc. with ko. Pound cakes are counted with hon, sponge cakes that are baked in a round pan with ko or dai.

kire, pīsu
Cut yakigashi are counted with kire or pīsu and when sold with ko.

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