Rainbow Cheesecake Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg in This Beautiful Secret Japanese Café

Matthew Loffhagen
SoraNews24
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Hidden away on a nondescript street of Gakugei Daigaku in Tokyo, Japan, lies a hidden treasure.

A Works, a small café, serves some of the most gorgeous cheesecakes that you’ll ever see in your life.

A Works
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Naturally the delicious-looking rainbow cheesecake is an easy sell to anyone who isn’t colorblind, but this is far from the only beautiful, delicious-sounding chilled cake that A Works offers to its customers.

There’s a unicorn cheesecake too, because of course there is, that comes topped with cotton candy, because, again, it’s 2017 and that’s how we do things this year.

Beyond this, though, are flavors that are growing in popularity in Japan, such as mint oreo-flavored cheesecake (topped with a slice of banana) and a wonderful looking caramel pumpkin cheesecake.

Cheesecake
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While the rainbow cheesecake might be an obvious choice based on its colors alone, these two flavors of cheesecake are purported to offer a far richer, more unique taste experience.

If you ever happen to find yourself in Tokyo, it’s worth keeping an eye out for A Works – although the small café may be hard to spot.

In the meantime, the existence of this secret treasure trove of cheesecakey goodness is a nice reminder that you never know what culinary wonders are hiding in plain sight – even within walking distance from your own home.

While you might not get the chance to try this rainbow cheesecake any time soon, do yourself a favor and be adventurous with food at some point this week – you never know what you might find!

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