Ladurée, the famous French bakery has an address in Shinjuku, Tokyo. For some of the city's best sweets (macarons, ice cream, cakes), you should definitely give it a try.
Have you ever dreamed of eating pancakes all day, for breakfast, lunch and for dinner? Pancakes is really a huge thing in Japan, and J.S. Pancake Cafe offers tasty and natural pancakes any time of the day! If you are craving pancakes but don't know where to go, head out to J.S. Pancake Cafe and they'll make you happy.
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!
To make your visit Asakusa complete, you have to have matcha green tea there. Asakusa has a famous temple and shopping street where you can enjoy Japanese traditional landscape, so matcha desserts would be the best to experience the taste of Japan while takeing a break. Here is three amazing matcha places you should try in Asakusa.
Omotesando is a platform for trendy and delicious restaurants. There's everything you can ever crave for, from salads, to pizzas, to desserts, to chocolate pizzas.. After a busy day of shopping and discovering the hidden streets of Harajuku, why not refuel on delicious savoury dishes and sweets!
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!
Japanese sweet potatoes are a favorite comfort food. They are so versatile, as they can be eaten as a sweet or savoury dish! Here we will introduce the different ways to them as desserts in Tokyo. If you've never had them before, you're probably thinking: "sweet potato pie, how could that ever be good?" Trust me on this one, one lick and you'll be hooked. As for the other delicious sweet potato desserts. Are you ready to go on this "imo" 芋 (sweet potato) adventure.