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A Guide to Tasty Halal Treats and Snacks in Japanese Convenience Stores

Followers of the Islamic faith are prohibited from eating certain foods such as pork and cannot consume alcohol or tobacco. Although it is easy to avoid drugs and beer, it isn’t always as simple to distinguish what contains pork or other foods which Muslims consider to be forbidden for them to consume. This can be…

Taste the Beautifully Crafted Gem-like Cakes at Un Grain in Tokyo!

The words “Un Grain” roughly translate to “one little grain”. The meaning behind these words is to use ingredients that were carefully made from little seeds and to create little cakes that are like little “grains”. This shop is presented by the famous cookie brand YOKU MOKU. The 45-year-old brand strives to present a new…

Enjoy a ’Symphony’ of Classical Music and Delicious Cakes in Osaka!

I have always wanted to experience the pleasure of eating an entire cake whole and at Symphony Chiffon, I can fulfill that desire! Symphony Chiffon offers miniature sized whole cakes and opened a year ago in both Kitahorie and Dojima in the Osaka prefecture. You can enjoy the delicious creations of Symphony Chiffon by dining…

Top 3 Places to Feed your Cake Addiction!

When you think of Japanese sweets, mochi rice cakes and colorful goodies that accompany tea probably spring to your mind. However, did you know that Japan also makes their cakes just as dainty, tasty, and gorgeous as well? Here is my list of the Top 3 places where you can fully indulge on your sweet…

Back to childhood: edible chocolate pencils and paints!

The design firm Nendo led by the Maison & Objet Designer of the Year Sato Oki, with the concept of “Giving people a small “!” moment” through their designs, back in 2007, Nendo created chocolate-pencils as a collaboration project with the Japanese patisserie Tsujiguchi Hironobu. Chocolate-pencils The world famous patisserie Tsujiguchi Hironobu and Nendo collaborated…

Sakura Meets Starbucks For Its Spring Product Line!

In the spring of every year, all of the Starbucks stores in Japan start selling sakura (cherry blossom) flavoured beverages and food. These beverages have been sold every year since 2001 to coincide with the cherry blossoms blooming in the spring. This tradition is the company’s way of incorporating traditional Japanese culture into their products.…

Cake is the Pride of Japan!

Probably, everyone like cakes all over the world. Birthday, anniversary day, or on other special day, cakes make those days better and more exciting. Anyway, I think Japanese cakes are really good just like England, French, or Italy cakes. Also, there are many cake shops in Japan, so for Japanese, those cakes are really common.…

Convenience stores’ desserts that open 24 hours! ーLAWSONー

When you visit Japan, you would see many convenience stores. In my opinion, Japanese convenience stores may have everything that you need and you want. Also, my recommendation to get in convenience store is desserts. Each convenience company has own dessert brand, and those are getting popular these days. This time, I’ll introduce about desserts…