The waterfalls, hot springs, and mountain views in Karuizawa make this Japanese town a popular destination for nature lovers.
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A crepe is a type of a very thin pancake that is oftentimes made from wheat or buckwheat flour. The word crepe is derived from the latin word acrispa meaning “curled”. While crepes are associated with France, they have captured the hearts and stomachs of people worldwide. Even in Japan. These are one place you have to visit if you’re looking for the best crepes Japan has to offer. And they all are located in the centre of street fashion- Harajuku!Today we go to eat the best popular shop in harajyuku.
Walking down Takeshita Dori, these crepe stores are a dime a dozen. And every single store has school girls surrounding it. So good tho. That explains it. They got fruits and other sweet toppings that you can definitely find something that suits what you’re looking for.
They have seasonal flavors, one being the mango creme brûlée, which I wish was part of their menu again! The one I had this time was chocolate. I tasted like chocolate, but to be honest, these places really do put A LOT of whip creme.
There is definitely going to be a crêpe that will suit your needs. If you ever find yourself in Japan and are craving some delicious treats, stop this shop， try some of their delectable crepes and see for yourself why crepes are loved all over the world far and wide
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