Honey toast is a popular dessert in Japan, as well as many other areas in Asia. Some say it originates from Hokkaido, but that isn't entirely clear. In any case, Tokyo has some great shops where they serve it that you should definitely try! Beware though, it has an extremely high calorie content! Here are a 5 selected shops in Tokyo.
Parfaits are hugely popular in Japan. Sometimes you feel like every restaurant has it on their menu. And, well it's delicious all year round, but it's particularly good in the summer. Loaded with fruits, and ice cream. It's refreshing and sweet. How about trying a limited edition summer parfait or a parfait made with delicious summer fruits? Yesssss!
You know summer is here when it's finally time to eat mangoes! It might be surprising to read, but mangoes are grown in Japan too! Specifically in Miyazaki prefecture or Okinawa. A lot of restos are jumping on the mango bandwagon and are offering limited-time products!
There are different types of daifuku, mochi in Japan. The most common daifuku is called ichigo-daifuku (strawberry mochi) or mame-daifuku (bean mochi), but recently new types of daifuku have been discovered. So here's a list of places where you can try authentic to novel daifuku in Osaka!
Wagashi means a traditional Japanese dessert. Try some wagashi in the most authentic part of Japan, Kyoto!
Cotton candy is everyone's favorite dessert, and Tokyo has several places where they serve original, unique and pretty cotton candy!
Baskin Robbins is known as 31 (Thirty One) in Japan, and it is very popular among all ages! They have various only-in-Japan flavors in Japan, so check this article for more information on Baskin Robbins in Japan!
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!