Updated: December 07, 2018
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PABLO Bakery Japan: Best Freshly Baked Cheese Tarts & Cheesecakes!

For all cheesecake and cheese tart lovers, there is a must-try bakery in Japan that is very popular. The freshly baked tarts and cakes are amazingly delicious and even better, you can choose how well-done you want them baked! This article is all about Pablo's cheese tarts and cakes in Japan.

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PABLO

PABLO in one of the most famous and popular chain shop specializing in cheesecakes and tarts. What makes their baked goods special is you can choose if you'd like it baked rare or medium-rare - just like ordering a steak! All the products are freshly baked at each shop.
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"Medium-baked" is more of a traditional style that has a harder texture while the rare one is softer and more smooth. Which one to try is totally up to you! Both are very rich and creamy, yet fluffy and not too sweet nor heavy. They have the perfect crust that makes the tarts way better.

How Much is a PABLO Tart?

A whole cheesecake tart (15cm) is 850 yen
Both rare and medium are the same price.

Where to buy Pablo Cheese Tarts

There are over 35 shops all over Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. Some only sell their products for take-out and the others offer seats like a cafe so customers can order and eat inside. You can search all locations on the official website.

Flavors and variations

They offer various flavors for the cheesecake. Also, PABLO's other desserts and drinks are delicious and truly worth trying.
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Matcha cheesecake
(Only available in Kyoto.)

Each location has different menu items and cheesecake flavours that reflects local specialities.
Seasonal cheesecake: pineapple cheesecake.
PABLO mini:
The small version of the PABLO cheesecake. Just one bite and it will blow your mind.
Pablo cheesecake and parfaits! Combination made in sugary heaven!
Classic Cheese Fruit Tart: PABLO cheesecake flavoured smoothie are available too.

The heavenly cheesecake experience at PABLO!

For all you cheese and sweet lovers in Japan Pablo's cheesecakes and tarts should be on your bucket list of things you have to try.
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I love traveling and eating. My favorites are everything matcha and cheesecakes.

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