dessert

Mr. Sato vibe-checks a hidden retro café in the heart of Shibuya’s modern Miyashita Park 【Photos】

Is the appeal in that it’s retro or that it’s just hard to find?

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Will our reporter’s wish to find the secret Dragon Ball sweets be granted?

Our reporter visits several Family Mart branches in her quest to unravel the mystery and comes to an important realization in the end. 

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Take bites of the Milky Way and summer with traditional, Tanabata-inspired Japanese sweets【Pics】

We don’t wish upon a star in this house — we eat them instead.

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Ramen and sweets served together at this stylish ramen cafe in Shibuya【Photos】

An unlikely gourmet combo makes for an “un-unforgettable” experience for our reporter.

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We try new jiggly Kuzu Mochi Cider drink in Nara, and it’s a treat that’s hard to beat

Chewy, jiggly, sweet and ahead of the trend.

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We bought a Rilakkuma custard pudding cake and found out what a carefree bear tastes like

Sweet, fluffy and a little chewy, apparently.

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We head to Okayama Prefecture to try the second most delicious soft serve ice cream in the world

We didn’t know olives and vanilla ice cream could go so well together.

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Häagen-Dazs opens limited time traditional Japanese-style-sweets dessert cafe【Pics】

We went down to check it out and tickle our tastebuds!

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Mr Sato tries the gorgeous new bonsai parfait that everyone’s talking about in Harajuku

The delicious bonsai dessert comes in three different varieties.

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Tokyo Banana World comes out with new matcha cake that looks sure to be a treat

It’s the first Japanese-flavored item they’ve released in 16 years, so sweets fans have good reason to expect it to be delicious.

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Make your own customized dessert pizza at Max Brenner’s first ever Chocolate Pizza Bar! 【Pics】

Order a custom-made dessert pizza of your dreams at international chocolate retailer Max Brenner’s very first Chocolate Pizza Bar in Harajuku!

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New York City restaurant shocks customers’ taste buds with new sweet treat: ice cream ramen【Pics】

Is it still ramen if it’s cold, fruity, and made of gelatin? One restaurant says yes!

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Dig into the spirit of Halloween with these adorable spooky treats!

‘Tis the season for all things scary and (pumpkin) spicy!

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These adorable animal cakes may be too cute to eat, but we’ll still try!【Photos】

Can you bear to bite down into these desserts?

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Check out this fun cake sensation that’s sweeping the nation【Photos】

You can pick up one of these yourself — it’ll only cost you one big bill.

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Hanabi roll cake is the most festive, delicious cake of 2016 – possibly too beautiful to eat

It promises to be an explosion of yummy in your tummy.

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Crack open a chocolate dinosaur egg filled with ice cream “yolk” at South Korean cafe【Pics】

If you’ve got a T-Rex-sized sweet tooth, then you’re gonna want to check this out.

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McDonald’s Japan unleashes final appeal of 2015 to disgruntled fan base: Fancy cakes!

The beleaguered fast-food giant wants everyone in Japan to know that it is now your one-stop spot for decadent Viennese Sachertortes and delectable Chocolat Zuccotto.

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What do you do with a very large novelty Starbucks mug? Make a very large dessert!

A certain reporter we know recently decided to make 20 kilos (44 pounds) of ‘Fruiche’ dessert in his very, very large Starbucks mug…

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We try dessert sushi (with a French twist!)【Recipe】

Sushi has become well known and loved the world over. Granted, a lot of what you’ll find in your home country is altered from “traditional” sushi to cater to local tastes (and would have ol’ Jiro shaking his fist), but what food doesn’t go through a bit of change when it crosses borders?

The only thing this dessert sushi has in common with its namesake is that it contains rice. But that doesn’t change the fact that it looks absolutely delicious and that you should get in your kitchen and go try making it right now!

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