Japanese Way Of Cake
The Japanese Way Of Cake
The Japanese never fail to amaze me when it comes to KAIZEN.
As I’m sure many of you already know as fans of Japan, the Japanese take things from the outside world, and put a Japanese twist on it to make it uniquely Japanese.
Their cake making technique is certain no exception.
Having a bit of a sweet tooth myself, I am always overjoyed when there is an occasion to eat cake. And the many cakes shop to choose from always leaves me delighted as well.
Something in the aesthetic balance among the visual delightfulness and the immaculate amalgamation of flavours is breathtaking more often than not to say the least.
Right down to the wasteful packaging of wrapped cake into box, into bigger box, and then a very well designed and sturdy plastic bag, to make the cake purchasing experience almost surreal in a sense.
Now dear reader, if you have not had the opportunity to experience the Japanese Way of Cake, I strongly urge you to do so.
You can see these exquisite cake shops in the food floors of the department stores throughout Japan, individual cake shops dotting the landscape of the rural towns, in the American style malls, and indeed, these elegant pieces of cake art are also served in the plethora of quaint coffee shops that infuses Japan with a cultural uniqueness all to it own.