patisserie

Have You Visited the Best Cake Shop in Jiyugaoka Yet?

The Japanese just adore their cake shops and bakeries. Despite bread not being a big part of the Japanese diet until relatively recently, bakeries, patisseries, and cafes have gained huge popularity for coffee and cake lovers all over the country. Jiyugaoka is a sweet community with a village-like feel to it, and it is found…

Try These Special ”Fragrance” Cakes in Osaka to Stimulate Your Senses!

There is a boutique located in Osaka (大阪) that sells the beautiful and delicious creations of patisserie owner Seiichiro Nishizono (西園誠一郎). All of the sweets here are focused on their fragrance, as many say that smell is the sense that embeds itself the deepest in the human memory. The sweets from Seiichiro,NISHIZONO are appealing to…

9 Sweets Shops in Ginza That Will Surely Satiate Your Sugar Cravings

The district of Ginza (銀座) started as a center for minting silver coins during the Edo period (江戸時代) and is named after the word “gin (銀),” which means “silver” in Japanese. After the Great Kanto earthquake (関東大震災) of 1923, Ginza was modernized and became the nation’s most glamorous avenue for high-end shopping and art. The…

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.…