Traditional Japanese sweets are typically enjoyed in combination with a cup of green tea. They are made in a wide variety of shapes and consistencies and with diverse ingredients and preparation methods. Some are popular across the country and around the year while others are only available regionally or seasonally.
I went out for Ohanami last week. They're not fully bloomed yet but still very pretty.
Spring is here I would say. (or maybe summer?) You can't eat and drink under the Sakura trees but you can have some take-out and eat at the park.
We have a variety of take-out menus. Please enjoy the nice weather outside with our delicious food.
Our staff from Singapore Lim Wei Siong was helping out at our Asakusa outlet for the past two weeks. Currently on every Sunday at Sakura Hostel Asakusa we will be holding a cooking event where recipes from all around the world will be introduced.
Last week we made Singapore Chicken Rice and Dessert. All measures will to taken to make sure that it is safe (10 pax and under, temperature check before entering, all windows are open to make sure good ventilation, use of mask is a must...)
Chicken rice with home made chilli sauce + Black Sesame Soup(?芝麻糊)