Pablo Cheesecakes: A National Culinary Treasure in Japan?

  • Cheese is undeniably a well-known food all over the world. It carries both merits and demerits, depending on the kind and quantity of cheese you consume. Living in Japan can give you an access to an extensive number and varieties of cheese. One of the places popularly known for its pastries and cheesecake is “Pablo.” They shops are located in many areas around the country: Shibuya and Shinjuku in Tokyo, Umeda, JR-Osaka Station, Namba CITY, Dotonbori, Abenobashi and Shinsaibashi in Osaka.


    About the Place

    Pablo pastry shop was founded by Masamitsu Sakimoto, who is not only a dessert lover but also a fashion and table tennis enthusiast. The shop specialises in cheese tart, which has a heavenly appeal. These cheesecakes are treated like steaks! Customers can choose the degree of how well they are baked: either rare or medium. Rare ones are gooey and gummy while medium ones are firm and well baked inside. They are done in a way which has been developed based on the New York style cheesecake. This is the reason why Americans love Pablo, too!

    The Concept

    Pablo’s idea was to make something new to everyone by creating sweets that will surprise customers. His business philosophy revolves around creating new things which don’t yet exist before. He takes into consideration the popular food trends and creates sweets which haven’t yet been seen in the market.

    The Food

    Pablo’s cheese tarts are freshly baked and revolutionized with artistic mastery and innovation. Hence, people always queue outside the shop. A recent trend in Japan is “rare cheesecake” which is well-loved by many. Pablo offers rare cheese tarts with liquefied and smooth consistency and a deliciously golden brown top layer. What more could you ask for?

    Japanese people tend to perfect whatever they enjoy doing, taking it to the next level and making it the best in the world! So if you’re ever in one of the cities that are lucky enough to have Pablo, make sure to stop by!

    Pablo English Website

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