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Episode #105 The Next Evolution of Desserts
This episode is guaranteed to cause at least one double-take and an insatiable craving for something sweet. [UTC]
May 3, Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30
MAISON ABLE Cafe Ron Ron Reported by Mr. Yabatan. This spot offers all-you-can-eat dessert, with dishes whirling around on a conveyor belt. It’s gaining popularity among young women because of it's Instagrammability. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
ÉLYSÉE-HIKARU Reported by Mr. Yabatan. This French restaurant is popular for its fresh pudding with raw eggs. The flavors of each ingredient are highlighted in this delectable dessert! Place: Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
El loco rodoimo! Reported by Mr. Yabatan. This vendor sells baked potatoes not from a food truck, but a sports car! It moves around often, so be sure to check their social media accounts for the current location! Place: Yokohama, Kanagawa
SWEETS PARADISE CAKE SHOP The show MCs tried treats from this shop in the studio. They may look just like ramen and other savory dishes, but they’re actually cakes! Place: Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Tartine Tobu Department Store Ikebukuro Tartine has gained a following thannks to its adorable packaging. There’s always a line before the store opens and they tend to sell out by noon! Place: Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
OKASHINOMIKATA TOKYO KO BOH!! This shop was created by a long-standing canned confectionary manufacturer. Using techniques developed over 60 years, the cans are beautifully embossed and extremely popular. Place: Ebisunishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
GOPPA Stylist, singer, and actor.
The themes of his outfits are elegance, attack, and style.
Moon ＆Star Ring: cocotte cocotte taught us how to make cute moon-shaped rings in milky colors using two types of resins.
This handicraft artist is gaining popularity because of her cute and dreamy works. She even published a book on how to make accessories!
Nobuko Tsutsumi Free announcer. She’s been collecting packages from a young age and now has more than 300 pieces! She published a book about wrapping paper and is becoming a renowned collector.
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