Backpackers Hostel "J-Hoppers" & "Hana Hostel"

Sweets Paradise

How are you doing in this hot and humid weather?

To beat the summer heat, we need to consume food with good quality and enough nutrients.
Though we all know this in our heads, what I really want is totally different, favor quantity over quality... favor sugar-rich sweets over nutrients!

Well, this is why I went to Sweets Paradise with the guests twice recently.

The loveliest couple, Luke and Charlotte from Somerset, England.
They are so into Sweets Paradise!!

Sweets Paradise is a popular all-you-can-eat sweets buffet chain in Japan. They currently operates 30 outlets nationwide and 7 of them are in the Kansai region.

What is crazy about it is that the entrance fee 1480 yen gives you 90 minutes which to indulge and over-indulge in the cakes, custards, ice creams and more that is available.
If you get bored of sweets, they also have some savory items, such as curry, pasta, sandwich, and rice.

But you have to remember that it is not allowed to have food left in your plate. It shows how much Japanese people appreciate and treasure food.

There are always more than 30 kinds of cakes and more than 20 kinds of drinks to take as much as you want. You can also have soft serve ice cream or shaved ice.

You may enjoy dipping some fruits or biscuits in the chocolate fountain!

The deliciously warm and inviting designer decor welcomes you. The dominant reds and white make it seem like we have stepped into a big, fat strawberry and cream cake.

Happy looking boy, Luke

Melani from Hawaii and Bjorn from Sweden

Melani did her best to try all the desserts. I do think she did quite well! Meanwhile, Bjorn seemed very serious about tasting each of them as he is into cooking. In fact, it was interesting to know how he liked it.

How about having a cup of coffee after meal? There are also more than 20 kinds of teas. The herbal tea will give your stomach a break and make you feel relaxed.

Sweets Paradise is like every greedy, sweet-toothed people's dream come true. This is a must-see place if you are in Japan! Test your limits and eat until you can eat no more.

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