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!
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!
Tokyo's famous Harajuku district, known primarily for it's eccentric fashion, has also become a popular spot for crepe lovers. Unlike the traditional French crepe, the sweet treat of Harajuku is served tightly wrapped filled with a variety of ingredients such as whipped cream, fruits and chunks of cake.
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!
Anmitsu is a traditional Japanese dessert that people in Japan love to eat during the summer! Ice cream, mochi rice balls called shiratama, agar jelly with red bean paste are put together to create the harmony of flavors of the anmitsu Japanese dessert.
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?
Matcha can be referred as finely powdered green tea. Although it is not too common to drink pure matcha in recent days, there are many places that use matcha to make desserts and drinks.Here are a few must-eat matcha desserts in Japan to enjoy the true Japanese matcha flavor!