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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Kumori Japanese Bakery

I have received a lovely package from the newly-opened bakery, Kumori Japanese Bakery, a few days ago. 

Kumori (which means cloudy in Japanese) is a brand from Japan that uses no preservatives and no artificial additives, hence all breads are all-natural and freshly made every time. Kumori advises to consume the breads within 2 days of purchase. 

Here are the goodies that I had from Kumori:

A classic Croissant (Php 55) is a flaky layered Danish pastry with premium butter. It was so pillowy soft I ate it in three bites. 

The Salmon Bonito (Php 65) is a savory bread with salmon filling inside the soft bun, topped with bonito flakes and homemade teriyaki sauce. 

Soft Matcha Bun
Fuwa-fuwa Cream Bun

Two amazing cream-filled buns are the Soft Matcha Bun (Php 48) and Fuwa-fuwa Cream Bun (Php 58), both dusted with snow sugar powder on top. 

The showstopper is the Signature Hanjuku Cheese in Original and Chocolate (Php 48 per piece).

Hanjuku Cheese is a half-baked cheese masterpiece original of Kumori made from premium cream cheese. I love the extreme creaminess and lightness that it leaves me wanting more. 

Kumori Japanese Bakery is now open in Landmark Makati and SM Makati. 


Kumori Japanese Bakery


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