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.
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.
This is the Ultimate Food and Adventure Travel Guide for Minakami, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. If you're looking for something f to do in Japan that's outside of the usual travel itineraries, this is it! Read on to discover what Minakami has to offer!
At 512 Cafe & Grill in Roppongi, their specialty dish is the super fluffy brûlé pancake. Before cooking the pancake, they add meringue to the pancake mix so that the pancake becomes very soft. You have to try it out for yourself!
4/4 (All) seasons coffee is a coffee shop located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. As there is four seasons in Japan, they deliver coffee that you makes you feel each season! To make your coffee time a little more something special, visit 4/4 Seasons Coffee in Shinjuku, Tokyo!
Asakusa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots where visitors can experience Japan in a traditional way. The top three places to see in Asakusa are the beautiful and old temple, Sensoji; the unique and huge gate, Kaminarimon; and the traditional and exciting shopping street, Nakamise Dori. All are very close to Asakusa Station. When you go to Nakamise Shopping street, don't miss the tasty street food as they have a lot of Japanese snacks that you can eat only there!