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.
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!
There's a new American Scone at Starbucks Japan that will definitely fulfill your caramel cravings. Here's all you need to know about this new dessert.
Tiramisu is a delicious and simple dessert to serve your guests. It's great when you want to serve a delicious dish and you also happen to be in a hurry. How about taking the deliciousness a notch and switching the coffee for matcha? Dessert heaven!
Chiffon cakes are super fluffy and soft cakes that make for a great dessert to serve when you have guests over. It is simple to make and delicious to eat. Have you ever dreamt of biting into a matcha cloud? This is as good as it gets!
A soft serve ice cream store has opened in Ebisu in March 2017 and is already the talk of the town because of its super photogenic store and ice cream! This is every adult's dream come true, a shop where you can enjoy alcohol with your ice cream!
Coisof, on Takeshita Street in Harajuku, is a soft-serve ice cream that specializes in super-rich ice cream. Coisof offers, since November 1st, a new jet black goth soft serve ice cream flavor! The ice cream, the cone, everything is black! Come try it for yourself, and don't forget to take a picture at the photo booth!
MOJA is a nice, relaxing cafe located in the center of Tokyo, Shibuya. It offers a variety of dishes, and one of the popular items is the American breakfast dish called "Chicken and Waffle", which you can rarely find in Tokyo.
Oshiruko is basically a sweet red bean soup with mochi (rice cake). It is a Japanese comfort food, which is particularly popular in winter. This article presents what it is, the difference between oshiruko and a similar dish called "zenzai", and also an easy recipe so you can enjoy it at home!
Have you ever wondered what the Japanese eat for Christmas? Although Japan isn't a Christian country and they don't actually have days off for Christmas, it is still a very highlighted holiday across the country. Let's take a look at typical Japanese Christmas food.