Pastry Boutique at the Park Hyatt Tokyo

Remember my post on the Park Hyatt Tokyo? Well, we discovered one more highlight to add to our giant list of raves for this hotel. The ground floor of the hotel has a patisserie / bakery with some of the most decadent and delicious desserts as well as a gourmet marketplace shop selling wine (and…

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Katie @From Shores to SkylinesApril 16, 2014 - 8:34 pm

I have a huge sweet tooth, and I LOVE peaches… but those pastries look almost too pretty to eat! Seems like you managed ;)

SherApril 16, 2014 - 9:52 pm

ha, yes indeed :) thanks for stopping by Katie!

ValerieApril 19, 2014 - 2:24 pm

This looks AMAZING! Being French I just love decadent deserts and this look right up my street <3 This truly looks incredible xx

SherApril 19, 2014 - 3:56 pm

they were delish :) japan actually has some amazing bakeries and pastry shops! i went to mikimoto’s lounge and tried some other desserts as well, post coming soon..

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Mornings at the Park Hyatt Tokyo

I had the chance to stay at the Park Hyatt Tokyo during my stay in Japan and it was one of the most luxurious hotel experiences I’ve ever hand. Morning swims in a pool with panoramic views of the city and Mount Fuji…  followed by a pour-over brew of coffee with fun Japanese ceramics…. Then after a…

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Sushi Breakfast at Tsukiji Fish Market: Daiwa Sushi

Tsukiji Fish Market Tsukiji Market is divided in two sections: an inner market, where the tuna auctions and fish processing takes place, and an outer market, where a mixture of wholesale and retail shops sell kitchen tools, restaurant supplies and groceries. It’s also in the outer market where you can experience an early morning sushi breakfast. For my…

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JaniceApril 16, 2014 - 7:41 am

Mmmm… I miss the sushi in Japan!

EssieApril 21, 2014 - 10:08 am

This sushi looks amazing!! It makes me miss Japan :) What camera do you use? Your photos are awesome.

SherApril 21, 2014 - 10:39 pm

Aw, thanks! I use a canon DSLR and these were taken with a 50mm lens

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Tsukiji Fish Market – The Other Stalls

If you’re not a morning person and plan to skip the tuna auction, a trip to Tsukiji Fish Market is still worth it to explore the fresh fish (and other salty creatures) at the inner market stalls and a chance to have an authentic tsukiji sushi breakfast. I took a few shots while wandering through the…

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Tuna Auction @ Tsukiji Fish Market

  Today is a very exciting day as I’m finally getting around to showing pictures from my week and a half long trip around Japan…from a year and a half ago. I planned pretty much every minute of this trip and was very, very excited to experience the food, shrines, sake and basically every aspect…

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JaniceApril 10, 2014 - 10:02 pm

I was so disappointed that there were no auctions when we went over Christmas as it was getting close to New Year! We’re going to have to go back just to see this! We did line up for 3 hours for Sushi Dai… despite getting there at 4am. The things we do for food! Can’t wait to see the rest of your posts about Japan! I just posted one about the amazing tofu we had in Kyoto :)

Janice

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KatyApril 11, 2014 - 6:01 pm

That looks like an incredible spot to visit. Even though that sounds like PAINfully early wake up call, it definitely seems worth it. You got some great shots that really show the activity of the auction and the warehouse!

Can’t wait to see what else you saw around Japan.

SherApril 12, 2014 - 1:36 am

ha, it definitely took dedication but I REALLY wanted to see it. thanks for stopping by Katy!

SherApril 12, 2014 - 1:36 am

aw, i didn’t know it shut down. ooh sushi dai, that’s where we went right after! it was such a crazy wrap around line. i’ll be sure to check out your Kyoto food post!

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