The café is BTS themed. There’s a projector playing BTS music videos, BTS music playing, there’s writing by ARMY all over the walls and there’s a lego mural of the BTS members. All of it is mesmerizing.
I was happy to find this place while walking around DiverCity Tokyo Plaza.
While I couldn’t go to the Ghibli Museum because it’s quite expensive and you have to make reservation months in advance, I made my way to Shiro-Hige’s Cream Puff Factory to try the famous Totoro shaped cream puffs.
At the Sentral Train Station in Kuala Lumpur, there’s a McDonald’s that sells vanilla cones with 4 special dips.
I found some cute little bear cakes during Chinese New Years in Hong Kong at a bakery called BreadTalk. Check out how cute they are!
Here is another Shirakiku product that I got to try. It’s one of my favorites. I absolutely loved these matcha “M&M’s”!
I found another awesome item from downtown Chicago’s Hmart: the Matcha Baum (抹茶バウム)! Check out my review on my blog!
This was my indecisive attempt at building my own cone. It’s a matcha and black sesame ice cream swirl on a custard stuffed taiyaki with strawberry drizzle, rock candy and mochi skewer.
Never did I think I’d be ordering a the Tsuijiri Matcha Sundae & O-Matcha Daifuku on a cold day in Toronto.