bakery

Try a New Kind of Bread from Tsuruyapan, a Popular Bakery in Kansai

When you imagine a loaf of bread, what shape do you imagine? Most people probably think of a square-shaped bread loaf, but that is not the case for the bread loaves from Tsuruyapan (つるやパン). Tsuruyapan is a famous bakery located in Nagahama City in Shiga Prefecture (滋賀県長浜市). They are famous for their “salad rolls”, which…

18 Things to Do in Ueno, Tokyo’s Fusion District of the Old and the New

Ueno is a lively district on the east side of Tokyo, packed full of shops, restaurants, and arcades. With a mix of shopping and nature, temples and shrines, it’s a fusion of the historical and the modern. Endless markets and shopping streets greet you on your way to the enthralling Ueno Park, which is perfect…
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Love “Melon Pan”? Try This Unique Melon Bread Specialty Store in Kyushu!

Cachette (カシェット) is a melon bread specialty store in Fukuoka Prefecture (福岡県) in the Kyushu region (九州地方) that is only open on the weekends and holidays. If you love melon bread and would like to try various types, Cachette is the place to try. What is Melon Bread? Melon bread is a Japanese invention and…

Drop by These 5 Bakeries and Sandwich Shops in Yoyogi, Shibuya for a Quick Meal!

There is constantly a lot of things going on around the Yoyogi (代々木) area of Shibuya (渋谷) in Tokyo (東京). If you are in need of a quick meal or something to bring home as a souvenir, these five bakeries and sandwich shops may be exactly what you need. Check them out! 1. 365日 ultrakitchen.jp/…

Taste Delicious Scones and Other Baked Goods at This Quaint Bakery in Tokyo!

Scones are usually made from flour, butter, and milk, but an adorable little bakery located in Tokyo (東京) is famous for their soft and fluffy yet not too dry scones made from heavy cream. Find out more about this place and their pastries below! Quignon (キイニョン) quignon.co.jp/ The word “quignon” means “the edge of a…
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Craving for Bread? Buy Specialty Bread at These 4 Bakeries in Kyoto

Bread has a historical significance in Japan. It used to be a substitute for white rice during the World War II which later on became a staple food. A couple of years later, real bread was made by bakers in genuine ovens and bread began adorning tables nationwide. letsforking.wordpress.com/ Kyoto (京都) is one of the…

3 Bakeries to Buy Simple yet Delicious Salt Bread in Japan

Did you know that there is a new kind of bread that is becoming extremely popular in Japan? Salt bread has recently been featured very often on television due to its simple yet unique flavor. Salt bread or salt rolls are mainly made from salt, butter, and flour and are extremely simple, but because the…

Too Pretty To Eat? Get a Taste of Tokyo’s Floral Desserts!

Japan is famous for always keeping up with the latest dining trends. The latest fad in Tokyo is a taste for fancy edible flower desserts. If you happen to be near Tokyo station, make it a point to visit Havaro for their famous Bavarian Cream Desserts that look way too pretty to eat! Havaro hana-no-babaroa.com/…

Have a Daily Slice of Healthy Cake at POMPON CAKES BLVD. in Kamakura!

Have you ever wished that you could eat delicious cakes every day without having to worry about your health? Well, this cake shop may be just the place you’re looking for. en.goodcoffee.me/ Until quite recently, there was an on-the-run cake shop that sold cakes around Kamakura on a large tricycle. The owner Reo Tatemichi was…
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