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8 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
TS0014: Japanese Pottery and Cheesecake in a Cup
⭐️ Show notes: https://tokyospark.com/issue/december-2-2020/In this issue we bring you the basics of Japanese pottery and cheesecake in a cup. And then we cap off the issue with the fight to combat graffiti in Tokyo, a quick guide to family restaurants, and a virtual live video walking tour of the Shibuya and Nakameguro area.—1. Learn the Basics of Japanese Craft Pottery, Ceramics, and PorcelainJapanese craftsmanship is remarkable. It’s even more impressive to watch while they work. There is just something magical about a master craftsman honing and shaping something into its final form in front of your eyes.This guide by Tokyo Weekender brings you a great introduction to Japanese pottery. I especially like the vocabulary list first thing. It gives you a good overall sense of what’s in store.—2. Cheesecake in a Cup; A Mini Ikebukuro ItineraryYes, you read that right — cheesecake comes in a cup a this fun little cafe called CheeseTable in Shinjuku (there’s one in Ikebukuro too).Check out the signature ice Honey Mascarpone flavor, a specialty of the shop. If it’s your first time at the shop ask about what they offer. The staff are friendly and have English-speaking staff.... check the link at the top for the full show notes and links to everything discussed in this issue of TokyoSpark.
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