Desserts
Japanese sweets, cakes, pancakes, French toast, sundae,...etc. All desserts in Japan gather here!
Posts about Desserts(11)

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with the Best Dessert Buffet in Shinjuku, Tokyo

Sometimes you just want some sweets, in fact all the sweets!! For those of you with a sweet tooth, this is sure to fill you sugar craving. Be sure to try these all-you-can-eat restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Because sometimes a sweets buffet is really all you need!

The 7 Best Places for Japanese Crepes in Harajuku!

Known mostly for its uber-cute and alternative fashion styles, Harajuku has one more claim to fame - Crepes! Make sure to add this to your list of things to do in Harajuku and leave plenty of room to eat, 'cos these crepes can get pretty addictive.

3 Must-try Cheesecakes in Shibuya

Have you ever tried Cheesecakes in Japan? There are variety of cheesecakes you can choose from, from Japanese style cheesecakes to New York style cheese cakes. Here is a list of Cheesecakes in Shibuya, Tokyo.

Popular

For Hardcore Dessert Lovers! Fulfill Your Sugar Craving At American Desserts Shops In Tokyo!

Sometimes you crave really sweet desserts right? Japanese desserts may not be sweet enough for some people, so here is an article introducing famous American dessert shops that are located in Tokyo!

Best Ice Cream Shops In Tokyo!

The weather is getting warmer and summer is right around the corner. That means it is the season for ice cream! This article will introduce some of the best ice cream stands and shops in Tokyo!

5 Popular Dessert Spots Boasting Delicious Sweets In Hakodate

When you visit Hokkaido, Hakodate is one of the spots you to go. Hakodate has streets with a lot of atmosphere. and they are lined with glass workshops, antique shops and sundries shops. Such a place, Hakodate, has many cafes that you can enjoy fancy and tasty sweets!

Too-Cute-To-Eat Easter Desserts In Japan!

Easter Sunday is the day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Although bunnies and eggs symbolize Easter, this day is celebrated by going to Easter service at a church and children go on a Easter egg hunt. What about Easter in Japan?

GOMAYA KUKI: New Sesame Ice Cream Store Just Opened in Tokyo

On 3/12/17, a new ice cream store named "GOMAYA KUKI" opened in Omotesando, that specializes in selling rich sesame ice cream. The ice cream is made using plenty of sesame from the famous sesame company, Kuki Sangyo Corporation. This article will introduce the main features of this sesame ice cream store and why it's!

4 Best Restaurants to Eat "ANMITSU", Japanese Traditional Dessert in Ueno, Tokyo

Anmitsu is a traditional Japanese dessert attracting many Japanese every summer! Ice cream, mochi, agar jelly with red bean paste generates special harmony on your tongue!

Only In Spring! Seasonal Japanese Desserts You Should Try

There are Japanese desserts in Japan that you can only eat during the spring. These traditional "wagashi" (Japanese desserts) use freshly picked strawberries and cherry blossoms to make the dessert to enjoy the flavor of spring. This article will introduce some of those spring Japanese "wagashi"!

TIP

Hot Topics on Desserts

1

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with the Best Dessert Buffet in Shinjuku, Tokyo

Wanderlust Foodaholic
2

GOMAYA KUKI: New Sesame Ice Cream Store Just Opened in Tokyo

favy
3

Best Ice Cream Shops In Tokyo!

matcha
4

3 Must-try Cheesecakes in Shibuya

friendofpear
5

4 Best Restaurants to Eat "ANMITSU", Japanese Traditional Dessert in Ueno, Tokyo

TAMA

Recommend Topics!

1

Love Sea Urchin? Go To "Hokkai Sushi Uni Maru" In Shinjuku, Tokyo!

favy
2

Looking For A Place To Eat And Drink At Shinjuku, Tokyo? "C by favy" Is The Place To Go!

favy
3

Ozaki Wagyu Beef Sashimi?! Exclusive and Rare food in Tokyo

favy
4

GOMAYA KUKI: New Sesame Ice Cream Store Just Opened in Tokyo

favy
5

Little Kyoto In The Middle Of Shinjuku?! Try Out Their "Spilling Sushi"

favy

Events

Meat Lovers Do Not Read: Mountain of Roast Beef in Tokyo

May 15, Mon 〜 Jun 30, Fri

Want To Try Local Japanese Tempura And Soba Noodles?

Mar 17, Fri 〜 May 31, Wed