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Paris for Pastries

So I’ll be honest, I think I’m the only person in the world who hates Paris. I know, I know. The City of Lights! The most romantic place in the world! 1,051 more words


Tokyo: Pierre Herme, Sadaharu Aoki, and noix de beurre

I’ve never liked audio guides when visiting galleries and art museums. I’m going to mute myself for this post.


Sadaharu Aoki - the Parisian Japanese pâtisserie, in Tokyo

I have actually discovered Sadaharu Aoki, considered as one of Japan’s Top 3 pastry chef, in Paris. I was very surprised by the Japanese/French “double nationality” of the cakes: French sophisticated aspects with a Japanese minimalism touch, French typical recipes but made with Japanese flavors (the matcha tea is the key signature of the Chef!). 81 more words


Sadaharu Aoki Pâtisserie

Each year, I wait with giddy anticipation for the summer months to arrive, during which time we can finally forgo the obscene number of layers of clothes and parkas for dainty sundresses and sandals. 584 more words


Indulging in Matcha Eclairs at Sadaharu Aoki 青木定治

Sadaharu Aoki is a highly acclaimed patissier I’ve been dying to try since I arrived in Tokyo. If you adore classic teatime pastries the way I do, you’ll definitely find Sadaharu Aoki’s exquisite Matcha Eclairs irresistible.  489 more words


"Japon en France" Oral

Today in class we presented our “Japon en France” assignments. Each student researched an aspect of the relationship between Japan and France. I chose to research a chef called Sadaharu Aoki. 80 more words

Paris: Black Sesame Cream Puffs


When I hear this from people with their mouths full of my pastries and a smile on their face,
I would always say: “Good, but I can do even better!” 562 more words

In The Kitchen