My posts from Japan are starting to drag on now so i’m going to post at least once a day until they’re all done!
Now, on to waffles… mmmm… waffles.

Waffle Waffle is a chain of dessert cafes in Japan which couple Belgian-style waffles with imaginative fruit combinations.

Like with all things Japanese, the food displays were irresistible!

Waffles Waffles le fruitier

Each flavour was as appetising and creative as the next. Here are some examples –

  • Muscat of Alexandria, Pear and Kiwi
  • Milk Tea and Compote of Strawberry
  • Green Tea, Milk and Tokachi Azuki
  • Mango, Blood Orange and Griotte Cherry
  • Hassaku Orange, Yoghurt Cream and Tomatoberry Jelly


Waffles Waffles le fruitier - irresistible display

I love that the menu even features cute cut-section diagrams of the breakdown of flavours so you exactly know the proportion and location of each ingredient! Clever huh?

The waffles vary from ¥150 to ¥231 each and take-home packs of 6 or 10 are available.

Feeling the need for a quick sweet treat, I grabbed the Tea and Apple flavour (which features Darjeeling & Earl Grey) take away during one of the days. They’re designed to travel well and packaging includes a mini ice pack.

Waffles Waffles le fruitier - takeaway with ice pack

Waffles Waffles le fruitier - apple and tea flavour

The texture of the waffles were more of a light fluffy cake as it lacked the fresh baked crispness of Belgian waffles but the filling – oh my – was divine. It was so refreshing! Wish I had tried more flavours but there’s always next time!
Waffles Waffles - japanese dessert chain

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Waffle Waffle
ワッフルワッフル大丸梅田店 (Waffle Waffle Daimaru
Umeda store)
大阪市北区梅田3-1-1 大丸梅田店B1F (3-1-1
Umeda, Kita Ward, Osaka, Japan)
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Jennifer is the founding blogger of I Ate My Way Through (originally, Growing up in the multicultural melting pot of Sydney’s Inner West as a second generation Australian (of Vietnamese refugee parents of Teochew Chinese ancestry), Jen has always had a deep curiosity about global cuisines, culinary heritage and the cultural assimilation of immigrants. For Jen and her family, food is always at the centre of all celebrations, life events and milestones. A lover of the finer things in life, as well as cheap eats, her blogging ethos is all about empowering and inspiring people to expand their culinary repertoire. When not running her two companies (she is also the Managing Director of The Bamboo Garden online marketing agency), Jen can be found exploring old-world charms at vintage markets and delving into local eats around the world. She has a weakness for fried chicken.