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Looking for some beautiful and delicious cakes? Here is a list of pastries owned by world-famous pastry chefs in Tokyo!
Simply one of the top cake shops in Tokyo, a tes souhaits serves sublime French-style sweets. Located in Kichijoji.
What a better way to complement a visit to Yokohama than to indulge in one of the city's reputable sweets buffets? Yokohama has plenty of classy hotels where you can enjoy some of the best cakes and other sweets there is! Here is our selection of the 5 best sweets restaurants and cafes with an all-you-can-eat option.
If you are visiting the Chiba Prefecture, this is a place you might want to check out. ＆TREE opened on October 20th, 2017, and it is already creating a buzz for offering lunch sets made from locally grown vegetables and desserts made from a popular patisserie.
"Restaurant & bar Barliminal", just a 3-minute walk from Roppongi station, it is the best place for celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or any other special occasion. Do you know why? Because it offers amazing projection mapping shows, as well as delicious dishes!
Pancakes, French toasts, parfaits, cakes, pies, fresh fruits etc... If you have a craving for a good dessert in a stylish decor, Shibuya's got you covered! Here are the best places to have an amazing dessert in one of Tokyo's most popular district.
Conrad Osaka has a new strawberry-themed all-you-can-eat sweets buffet! Only until May 6th, 2018.
Do you love ramen? Do you love cake? Combine two of your favourite things. Ramen and Cake! It's like the best of both worlds, but there's one catch, you can't actually taste the two at the same time. If you're still wondering what I'm talking about read on to find out more...
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!
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.