Answered over 3 years ago

Where can I get the best desserts in Tokyo?

Matt Watson Matt Watson, Living in Japan

I am not sure what you mean by dessert, but I really like Takano Fruits Parlor in Shinjuku. Not really classic Japanese sweets, but the use of seasonal fruits really makes every trip something different and special.

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6 Best Candy Shops in Tokyo to Get Your Sugar Rush

6 Best Candy Shops in Tokyo to Get Your Sugar Rush

Bursting with color and different flavors, kids and adults alike will enjoy a trip to Tokyo’s sweetest and most creative candy shops. The sugar rush is a given, but what makes things more exciting is the artful way these treats are presented. They can even be too beautiful to eat! Drop by these ...

Answered about 4 years ago

Best places to buy mochi in Osaka

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

This mochi looks really nice and beautiful.Mochi Takumi Shizukuhttp://nichigetsumochi.jp/They use one of the best organic rice and have special machine to put strong pressure while making mochi to produce the best texture. The flagship store is located near Shinsaibashi. 

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Answered about 4 years ago

what desserts/snacks do i need to try in tokyo

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

I have few recommendation.1. TaiyakiTaiyaki is something like a pancake, but fish shaped and has red bean paste inside. Usually, it's best to eat when it's freshly baked. However, eating hot Taiyaki in summer may be hard sometimes. There is this famous place called "Hiiragi" in Ebisu. At Hiiragi,...

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Answered about 4 years ago

what desserts/snacks do i need to try in tokyo

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

If the hot season "Poker ice" and "bracken" is recommended! Neither is a staple of Japan's summer dessert. Poker ice is quite different taste depending on the store. "The secret Temple" in Yanaka is recommended. "Strawberry milk" is a classic. Popularity is not line up for the holidays. http://...

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Beginner Sightseeing and Travelling Around Kanazawa

Beginner Sightseeing and Travelling Around Kanazawa

Kanazawa (金沢) in Ishikawa Prefecture is sometimes called “Little Kyoto” (小京都). And with good reason too: it’s an old city, rich in traditional crafts and culture, where the blooming cherry blossoms are stunning, where you can still see a geisha, and where the food is exquisite. In fact, the only...