Near Kamakura Daibutsu Buddha Temple in Japan, there is a cute little pastry shop – WACO 輪心. If I can have sweets from Waco everyday, I’d totally give up my ‘fabulous’ New York City life. Really! It’s that good!
I always like to watch what’s going on in the kitchen. Look, the pastry chef is rolling the cake, it’s all caught in action!
Just by looking at them from far, and smelling the sweetness infused in the air… tho not knowing the taste, there is no reason not to try…
Local produced products were used in the all sweets, you know the eggs they used in your cake is actually from a running chicken, not sure if it can fly, but definitely run wild in farm.
It’s not a 100% nice picture of the sale person, but look at her smile 😀
By the shop there is wooden bench, I was there in the winter 40something degree, but it was cozy enough for my body and my soul~
The fruit cake is slightly dryer than you might expected from regular roll cake, I think the dryness comes from the flour and sugar they used, but surprisingly dry is a good thing in this case! Cream at the center has the right amount of sweetness, delicate enough so you can taste the fruit mixed within! I don’t usually post site info, but you should definitely take a look at what else they have! WACO: http://www.waco-kamakura.com