Toshi Yoroizuka

Mister Donut teams up with master patissier for second round of luxurious, limited-edition donuts

This round has just two donuts, but they’re enough to compete with the last round!

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More delicious additions to Toshi Yoroizuka collaboration donuts at Mister Donut

Just when you thought it couldn’t get better, it did.

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Mister Donut gets fancy in team-up with Tokyo pastry chef Toshi Yoroizuka, but does it taste good?

Japan’s favorite casual donut chain collaborates with one of the country’s best patissiers for a four-donut chocolate gateau lineup, and we try them all.

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Master Japanese patissier reimagines the doughnut for new Mister Donut matcha series 【Taste test】

Amazement of Matcha” collection throws away the rulebook when it comes to making doughnuts. 

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Mister Donut, Kyoto tea maker, and celebrity pastry chef collaboration yields beautiful results

You can’t go wrong with a team-up between Mister Donut, famous matcha maker Gion Tsujiri, and celebrity pastry chef Toshi Yoroizuka

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Promotional event convinces us Kyoto’s Uji City is an area worth both exploring and tasting!

We learn a little about Uji City and its famous tea and also try green tea sweets by Uji-born celebrity pastry chef Toshi Yoroizuka!

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We try renowned patissier’s honey-sweet creation available for just one day

Tokyo, as you know, is a huge metropolis where millions of people work in countless offices. But did you know that there are also some winged critters keeping busy every day in the middle of Tokyo to provide us with sweet nourishment? Yes, there are honey bees actually being cultured here in Tokyo for honey production, and at the shopping/dining/entertainment complex Hikarie in Shibuya, some special honey products were recently offered in connection with the date of March 28, which they designated honey bee day (because the numbers three, two and eight can be called mi for three, tsu for two in English and hachi for eight, which when combined sound like the word mitsubachi for honey bee in Japanese).

One of the items was a very special cake called the Miel Baum, created by renowned Japanese patissier Toshi Yoroizuka. And what made this cake so special? For one thing, it was made using honey collected right there in Shibuya, and secondly, it was sold on one day only — March 28. A cake made by a famous patissier using Shibuya-grown honey and available for just one day? Now that, we just had to try!

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