Tiramisu: Japanese Style

Cheese Tiramisu by Takagi

A Foodbuzz Friend of mine going by the name of Bazooka Gourmet thought that Tiramisu originated from Japan.
Unfortunately it didn’t.
But it is a fact that it is a very popular dessert in Japan.
As the Japanese are incredibly adept at improving original recipes I thought it could be an interesting idea to see what was avalaible in this country!

Here is what I found:

Matcha Tiramisu

As served at Pizzeria Morita (Osaka shi, Fukushima Ku, 5-6-33, Inou Bldg. 1F. Tel.: 06-6450-0630) and TACY CAFE (Osaka shi, Kita Ku, Umeda, 1-12-6, Iima 1F. Tel.: 06-6342-1687)

By Kasarin no Tsurezure Diary

Marron Tiramisu by ABC Cooking Studio

Chocolate Tiramisu by PATISSIER Louise

Tiramisu Ice Cake by Chat de Roll

Damier Tiramisu by Kawajie

Another Matcha Tiramisu by Hand-made Kiki

Tiramisu Cupcake by Sanae Pon

Christmas Tiramisu by Soy

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9 thoughts on “Tiramisu: Japanese Style”

  1. I happen to stumble upon your site and agree with the other posters that the damier tiramisu is the best. Would you be able to post the address of Kawajie (I assume they are a bake shop)? I’d love to try their tiramisu.

    I also adore Japanese food and am enjoying the rest of your site, specially the recipes. Thank you for sharing and blogging.

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  2. Hello

    My name is Alison. I am currently attending Howick College in New Zealand as a year 12 student.
    I am currently working on an Achievement Standard for Information Management, regarding the topic International Food.

    Would it be okay to use some of the Tiramisu images from this page in my PowerPoint presentation?

    Thank you very much, I hope to hear from you soon.

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