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!
Craving some desserts? Maybe cupcakes? Cupcakes are not so commonly eaten in Japan, so I will introduce to you some of the best and most adorable cupcakes that you can find in Tokyo! They are perfect for gifts and presents too!
Wagashi means a traditional Japanese dessert. Try some wagashi in the most authentic part of Japan, Kyoto!
Osaka is well known for its food culture, and they do have really good food there. Since summer is approaching, don't you feel like eating something cold and sweet? So we made a list of places where you can try cool desserts in Osaka, including modern ice cream to authentic desserts!
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.
Cotton candy is everyone's favorite dessert, and Tokyo has several places where they serve original, unique and pretty cotton candy!
Taiyaki is a classic dessert you must try in Japan. It is often sold in stands, and it smells heavenly as you walk by. Taiyaki are sweets shaped as a fish ("tai") often filled with red bean paste or cream. There are a multitude of seasonal variations to try as well, such as sweet potato, or chestnut.
Looking for a place to have a good slice of pizza? Shibuya has a lot of Italian restaurants and unique pizza places, so check the following restaurants!
Have you ever tried sake soft-serve ice cream? Well now's your chance. Even those who don't like sake will enjoy this delicious soft serve ice cream.