Food | Jan 22

Winter Strawberry Picking in Tokyo!

TOKYO, Jan 22 (Japan by Food) - In this exciting video, join Shizuka as she explores the delightful world of strawberries in Tokyo!

The journey begins at Ichigo House in Mitaka, where Shizuka hand-picks fresh and juicy strawberries straight from the vine and taste the king of Japanese desserts: Ichigo daifuku!

Then, Shizuka takes you to Soratsuki at Tsukiji Market, where she indulges in the best ichigo-daifuku the market has to offer. The ichigo-daifuku there is the perfect combination of soft, chewy mochi and a luscious strawberries.

The city adventure finishes off at a local cafe where guests can enjoy a mouthwatering strawberry daifuku tart. This delectable treat is a harmonious blend of mochi and strawberries, creating a unique dessert that is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Source: Japan by Food


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