Although English chocolate and sweets are pretty amazing, one thing I’ve always felt they lack is INTERACTIVITY. I’ve been buying these Popin’ Cookin’ Japanese DIY sweet kits for years now and so I realised it’s about time I did a proper blog post, reviewing some of my favourites!
WHERE TO BEGIN?! I had an absolutely excellent time (no I shan’t be using any egg based puns) at the Gudetama themed cafe in Brighton! It was so cute that I just couldn’t keep the smile off my face every time something new came to the table.
Here’s why I’d highly recommend it!
So I don’t normally write posts about stuff I’ve bought because often, well, I don’t buy things in bulk for no reason in a “haul” fashion. Most of the times I’ve been looking for Japanese snacks I’ve bought a JapanCrate or shopped at Tofu Cute when I’ve seen them at MCM Comic Con or something similar. I thought last week I’d check out their online store for the first time…
It was the most perfect mistake.