7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes

Pancakes are continually eaten around the world most especially in western countries such as America and Europe. It is known basically as a breakfast meal, but in Japan, it is mainly popular as a dessert. Japanese pancake originally has been recognized as a hot cake and are currently prevalent as dessert topped with cream and fruits. Pancake stores are so popular in Australia and Hawaii to the point of shops opening one after the other. Because the Japanese pancakes are a little different from these, Japanese pancakes are starting to be popular themselves. Their special characteristics are their design and simple taste. In this article, we will introduce our recommended shops with good Japanese pancakes to offer.



 

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes

 

1. Yukinoshita: Hokkaidosan Botchan Kabocha

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_yukinoshita

The Hokkaidosan Botchan Kabocha uses white skinned pumpkin called Bochan Kabocha which is ordered from Nayoro City, Hokkaido. The Hokkaidosan Botchan Kabocha pancake is moistened making it easier to munch. Aside from its 4 cm and 20 minute cooked thick pancake, the Yukinoshita’s Kakigori (Flavoured shave ice) is also very popular. In fact, it is often featured in different media channels once in a while.

Osaka Prefecture, Kita-ku, Osaka Taiyuji cho 4-10
Yukinoshita Ginza Branch:Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 1-20-10 tomato House third floor

 

2. Pancake Day’s : Maple Cream Pancake

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_Maple Cream Pancake

The concept of this pancake specialty shop came out from a picture book. Most of the cute products in the menu are just perfect for the image of Harajuku which is a very famous place for showcasing cute and unique Japanese designs. The smiley characterizes the brand of this shop. The strong points of their pancake are fluffiness and stickiness. Their pancakes are made of eggs, water, flour and they do not use sugar. Because they only use milk to make the pancakes, the taste is simple and sweet.

Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 6-6-2 Harajuku Berupia 2F

 

3. Accueil : Banana Pancakes with Vanilla Iced Cream & Sauce

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_Banana Pancake

The banana and vanila of the Royal Road is really very delicious. The large-sized pancake spreads wide on the platter. The standard plain pancakes fluffiness and stickiness can be mouthfelt. The secret is the use of Agar in the material and this is very unique to the Japanese pancake. The pancake is originally large in size but it also comes in half-size which is something the ladies can look forward too.

Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Ebisunishi 2-10-10 (Elegante Vita 1F) Reservations are Allowed

 

4. Original Pancake House : Matcha Thick Baked Pancake Topped with Anko Butter

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_Original Pancake House

The dough is baked thickly and is kneaded with a flavourful Uji Matcha. The compatibility of the whip butter, ogura bean paste, homemade matcha cream is outstanding. There is also a Japanese pancake which is a combination of the all time Japanese favourite Matcha and Anko. The volume of each serving always gets a perfect score from its consumers. It does not use whip cream but uses whip butter which makes it more tempting to all who sees it.

Harajuku: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Jingumae 6-chome 28 No. 6 queue Plaza Harajuku 8th floor bookable

 

5. Voi Voi Sangenjaya : Tofu, Salmon & Avocado Japanese Style Caprese

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_Voi Voi Sangenjaya

The deliciousness comes from the abundantly applied wasabi mayonnaise which adds impact to a Japanese pancake. The menu not only offers pancake as a dessert but pancake as a meal. The use of domestically made flour and low-fat butter milk taking out too much sweetness makes its pancakes very Japanese. In the Pancake Cafe Vege, the process of flour mixing, dough making and baking only starts once the order is received.

Sangenjaya shop: Setagaya-ku, Tokyo Sangenjaya 1-35-15 Allows Reservation

 

6. New York Lounge :Wasanbon (a type of sugar) Sticky Souffle Pancakes

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_New York Lounge

The Wasanbon Sticky Souffle Pancake is a pancake which dough is kneaded with tofu and wasanbon. The souffle pancakes` sticky new mouthfelt sensation is something new to pancake lovers. There are 5 types of syrup namely the maple, honey, black honey, caramel and chocolate syrup.

InterContinental TOKYO BAY: Minato-ku, Tokyo coast 1-16-2

 

7. Kyushu Pancake Mix (Pancake Mix Seller)

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes_Kyushu Pancake Mix

This pancake is received several awards in the past making it Japanese number one. The flavorful wheat from the prefecture of Oita uses 100% Kyushu manufactured millet. How about a shop that sells pancake mix which can be accessed across the whole country? They have shops in Rinkosu Roppongi Hills store, katakana Shibuya Hikarie shops, such as 212K. Tokyo Sky Tree store. The 13 pancake shops in Kyushu uses this pancake mix.

 

Conclusion

So how did you find our recommendations? The pancakes you eat in Japan are different and they maybe something new to you. In Japan, famous restaurants have repeaters falling in line so long ques are something that can be seen very commonly everyday. Time is so valuable during travels and because booking a reservation is recommended. Also, trying different types of pancakes is not a bad idea after all.

 

7 Hard-to-Resist Japanese Pancakes

1. Yukinoshita: Hokkaidosan Botchan Kabocha

2. Pancake Day’s : Maple Cream Pancake

3. Accueil : Banana Pancakes with Vanilla Iced Cream & Sauce

4. Original Pancake House : Matcha Thick Baked Pancake Topped with Anko Butter

5. Voi Voi Sangenjaya : Tofu, Salmon & Avocado Japanese Style Caprese

6. New York Lounge :Wasanbon (a type of sugar) Sticky Souffle Pancakes

7. Kyushu Pancake Mix (Pancake Mix Seller)