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5 Places in Tokyo to Satisfy Your Pancake Craving

Pancakes are the perfect dessert/food to eat for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner! I always enjoy making pancakes with my family on slow weekend mornings, but it’s always nice to actually go to a cafe and try some pancakes made by professional pastry chefs. Here are 5 places in Tokyo where you can enjoy delicious…

Try These Delicious Pancakes With a Japanese Twist at McDonald’s in Aichi!

Japan has been no stranger to strange and creative food ideas. In the spring, McDonald’s Japan served plum seasoned sakura fries and the Sakura McFizz. However, most of these interesting food creations by McDonalds are mainly savory foods made readily available in all of their outlets. It is rare that Mcdonalds would create an area-specific…

Check Out This Stylish and Original Hawaiian Cafe in Tokyo

If you’re in Japan craving real Hawaiian food, there’s no need to actually go to Hawaii anymore. A cafe called Guy & Jo’s Hawaiian Style Cafe has opened in March 2016, and it serves real Hawaiian dishes in a chic environment with quality service! The restaurant is located on the 10th floor of Tokyu Plaza…

Have You Seen Kit Kat Japan’s Special Flavor for Easter?

There is not one country that loves Kit Kats as much as Japan. From the well-known flavors of matcha and chocolate to the stranger concoctions of chili, wine, and even sake, now comes holiday flavored Kit Kats. From time to time the Nestle company releases themed Kit Kat’s, sometimes in collectible packages (see the recent…

Try the Delicious Dutch Baby Pancakes at Idobata in Kawasaki!

You may have heard of the Flying Dutchman, but have you heard of the Dutch baby? No, it’s not as morbid as you were thinking! It’s a pancake that’s derived from the German pfannkuchen and is also called a German pancake, Bismarck, or Dutch puff. It is reminiscent of a thick crepe that carries a…

Harajuku, Land of Colorful Trends: 18 Ways to Indulge in Japanese Pop Culture

What do you think of when you hear about Harajuku? It may be a parade of vividly dressed “Harajuku girls” akin to the characters you might see from time to time in your weekly anime. Maybe it could be an image of the latest cutting edge fashions coming down the runway, or perhaps you visualize…

Mr Bean’s Soy Soft Serves and Pancakes are to Die For!

There are plenty of soft serve places in Japan; even some convenience stores have them. Chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, mint, mango, matcha: options are bountiful! However, if you’re looking for soy alternatives or if you’re lactose-intolerant, you may not have been able to partake in this creamy treat… Not until now that is! Mr…

Banks Shibuya: These Melting Pancakes will Make you Delirious!

Fancy getting a bite and enjoying a peaceful time? why don’t you head to Banks Shibuya! Located in Duplex B’s 1F, 3-26-17 Shibuya of Tokyo, the cafe offers French and Japanese cuisines side by side. ‪おはようございます😃本日から #バンクス渋谷 土日㊗️のパンケーキTimeは11時からと1時間早いオープンになります⏰新作のキャラメルブリュレパンケーキを含め選べるパンケーキは全部で7種類となります!‬ ‪ぜひ皆様のお越しをお待ちしております #渋谷パンケーキ #キャラメルブリュレパンケーキ‬ #ふわとろ # A post shared by Banks渋谷(旧スコッチバンク) (@banks_shibuya) on Dec 8, 2017 at 4:16pm…

Why are Pancakes so Popular Among Girls in Japan?

Harajuku is one of the most popular spots among foreigners coming visit in Japan. Long years ago, Japanese girls eating crapes in Harajuku was the talk of the town, and picked up by magazines. This made us to think that girls eating sweets are “cute” in the modern society. Today the crape can be replaced…