Japanese designer\musician\producer Hiroshi Fujiwara recently has an obsession over a steam toaster, and opened up a cafe in Ginza serving his favourite toasts that are made from this toaster.
This Balmuda toaster is priced at about 25,000 yen in Japan, and is now making a big hit in Hong Kong, though you need a transformer for its output power, Hong Kongers are still willing to pay over HKD$2,000. And currently you can also purchase this toaster online in Toronto.
According to different taste tests, toasts made from this toaster are crispy and crunchy on the outside while keeping in between soft and fluffy. To operate this toaster is similar to using a steam toaster, you will need to first add about 5cc water, and the bread remains certain moisture level from the steam while toasting.
Café de Ropé at Ginza serves several kinds of Balmuda toasts, that includes their signature soy sauce seaweed “Ace” Nori Toast, and two sweets Shirase sand cake and the popular Japanese sandwich with fresh fruits and cream.
Below the cafe is a clothing shop The PARK-ING Ginza.
Sony Bldg. B3F, 5-3-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
日本潮流教父藤原浩最近愛上一款日本出品Balmuda的多士神器，更在東京銀座特別開設利用這部神器烘烤多士的Café de Ropé。
如果想試試多士有多吸引就可以到位於銀座的Café de Ropé最具人氣的就是那一個餡料為醬油和紫菜的”Ace” Nori Toast，其次就是Shirase sand cake和日本大熱的水果奶油三文治。
Cafe樓下就是潮人必到的潮流服裝店The PARK-ING Ginza。
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