For those of you all who love to eat something sweet, here is a list of places you can eat giant Japanese parfait in Tokyo! These places would definitely fulfill your craving. Make sure not to go there alone, unless you are big eaters.
Do you love ramen? Do you love cake? Combine two of your favourite things. Ramen and Cake! It's like the best of both worlds, but there's one catch, you can't actually taste the two at the same time. If you're still wondering what I'm talking about read on to find out more...
Bunbougu Cafe is located in Omotesando, near Apple Store, and it is a stationery themed cafe! If you love collecting unique stationery, this is the first place you should go eat in Tokyo.
BROTHERS CAFE is a popular cafe specialized in pancakes, which is located in Osaka. It is such a popular store that you can always see lots of people lining up. Let's find out the secret of their popularity!
On 3/12/17, a new ice cream store named "GOMAYA KUKI" opened in Tokyo. It specializes in 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 irresistible ice cream store.
GOMAYA KUKI is now located in Harajuku (previous store was in Omotesando). Ever since their opening in 2017, they have been attracting countless individuals with their "the world's richest sesame ice cream!"! They are now tremendously popular among all ages, let's find out why!
Coisof, a delicious ice cream shop which specializes in super rich soft-serve ice cream is right on Takeshita Street in Harajuku. There is a new product now available, the "Strawberry coi Shake", which is available from April 14, 2018! To celebrate the launch, if you purchase a "Coi shake" and a "coi soft" at the same time, you will get a mega topping for a limited time.
Sightseeing in Kyoto? You definitely need to buy Kyoto's specialty souvenirs before you leave! There are not only matcha green tea stuffs, but also a variety of delicious and traditional treats you can buy only in Kyoto. Here is a list of snacks and candies (and shops information) you should bring back to your home.
Janice Wong is a young chef originally from Singapore that has graduated from Le Cordon Bleu school in Paris where she studied cuisine.You can enjoy her amazing creations that are a feast for all the senses in Shinjuku, Tokyo!