After taking New York City by storm with the invention of the Cronut, a new Dominique Ansel bakery was launched in Japan. At home in the luxurious Omotesando Hills complex, this bakery celebrates anything and everything Japanese with a themed menu. In addition to Cookie Shots and Frozen S'Mores, sweet tooths will be able to sink their teeth into special Asian-inspired Cronuts and pastry Maneki Neko figurines.
The three-storey building is separated into two spaces for dining and a third for cooking. Paying tribute to its New York roots, dining areas take inspiration from city subway stations.
In a country that's unafraid to embrace bold flavor pairings and experimental new offerings, the new Dominique Ansel Tokyo bakery will find itself right at home.
The Dominique Ansel Bakery in Tokyo Touts a Japan-Themed Menu
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