In a country filled with great bakeries, you’ve got to do something special to stand out, and this shop/cafe in downtown Tokyo does just that.
This definitely is no ordinary Easter egg!
A cake so light it’s served in a floating balloon? Guess how you’re supposed to get the cake out. (Hint: it involves something sharp!)
The collection includes half a dozen delicious doughnuts and two powdered green tea beverages.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
People around the country are falling in love with the exciting new release.
Warabi mochi is usually flavored with soybean powder, but not in the case of these treats from Osaka.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
This sure sounds like a sweet way to catch Pokémon!
More matcha. More deliciousness. More reason to buy as many as you can as souvenirs.
Easter is the time to eat cute ladybugs in Japan.
Ah, the heady aromas of chocolate and sweaty feet may finally come together!
We’re getting the shakes just thinking about these delicious-sounding McShakes.
The delicious new frozen dessert showcases the flavour of roasted Japanese green tea.
The one store that sells these delectable treats is just as cute as the skewered pancakes themselves!
Pop-up cafe caters to fans of mature aesthetics and sweet treats with customizable desserts served in cocktail glasses.
Just when you thought Japanese vending machines couldn’t get any more awesome, here comes an awesome-sounding dessert drink.
This sweet treat will give rice pudding and bread pudding lovers the best of both worlds.
Sophisticated ice cream being served by new parlor in capitol’s fashion district.
These sakura-filled dewdrops are every bit as delicious as they are beautiful.