Toyonchi no tamago is hot in Japan. Classic cake rolls follow the traditions of France. Excellent puffs with cream that overflows.
We’re Millennials Got a Problem? is a TV show that the younger generation can relate to. It was filmed in the Kouenji area in Tokyo. I am going to recommend three dessert shops in the area. I am sure you’ll want to rush over immediately after you read this article.
Toyonchi no tamago has recently become popular in Japan. Fresh eggs delivered from Chiba every morning are chosen to make the pudding. Using only egg yolks makes the pudding thicker. The container is designed to look like an egg carton and egg shells, which makes it a suitable gift. I also recommend another product made with fresh eggs: Baumkunchen.Address:3-45-15, Koenjiminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 166-0003, Japan
The best selling dessert at Le Reine is the princess cake roll, which follows authentic traditions from France. The name alone sounds quite high-class. Made with rice noodles, the skin of the cake gives a great texture that lingers in your mouth after it melts. The thick raw butter improves the level of the texture. I also recommend the cream puff sold in the Ebisu branch of Mitsukoshi. It is something you cannot find in the Kouenji branch.Address:4-8-1, Koenjiminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 166-0003, Japan
Does the picture make your mouth water? Chou Couleur’s cream puff looks like an amazing cream tower. It has fresh, seasonal ingredients and fruit, as well as a unique texture from raw butter and custard, which is why these puffs remain popular. The price is comparatively inexpensive considering the portion sizes.Address:3-51-3, Koenjiminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 166-0003, Japan