Hokkaido-based cake artist draws on a wide variety of inspirations for jaw-dropping edible art.
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Come with us as we eat and drink our way through the newest green tea treats from Starbucks.
All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.
We try mini tarts with melting centres from Japan’s most popular cheese tart specialty bakery.
This matcha and sakura cake collection has been specially designed for cherry blossom viewing parties.
Earth’s mightiest heroes aim to become Japan’s most irresistible sweets.
This is what Christmas dessert looks like in Japan.
Only available in certain countries for a limited time, these regional cakes come with a number of gorgeous details.
Matcha lovers will want to try all five of the deliciously green items on the menu!
No wonder Mickey doesn’t look any older today than he did 80 years ago.
Sure, you’ll want to eat them all, but which ones are the desserts?
You can pick up one of these yourself — it’ll only cost you one big bill.
The Mad Hatter and all his loveable friends are invited!
From cakes to rice rolls, these delicious looking food items inspired by popular mascot cat Nyaran are almost too cute to eat!
Looks can be both beautiful and deceiving.
This spring, the Golden Arches might look just a bit like yellow bananas.
These might be a Children’s Day special, but we know a few adults who’d be interested.
Japanese convenience stores continue to be awesome with this new matcha dessert.
Theme confectioner’s newest creations are so cute you could (and should) eat them right up.