Kaze, Japan

January 20, 2008 at 12:06 pm Leave a comment

This is a Kaze (mille-feuille) eaten at café called Huutarou, located in the Tomio, Nara, Japan.

All the pastries at Huutarou were made with very fresh ingredients, especially the fruit. They were probably made on premises. Very nice!

Submitted by Unresttwothree.


Entry filed under: cake, japan.

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