This Netflix Original Japanese show is so outrageous that I can’t afford to not recommend it to you. If you’re someone who has a zeal for food particularly sweets, this superb series should be right up your alley. As much as it’s whimsical, it’s quite an informative comedy. It’s an adaptation of the popular manga series Saboriman Ametani Kantarou with an entertaining story that is fictional, but the featured desserts and shops are real which can be found in the big city of Tokyo.
Let me share a few things that totally made me dig this show.
- I’ve learned to appreciate every little thing that goes into the making of something that gratifies one’s sweets craving.
I didn’t give a damn about how sweet treats are carefully made until now. All I ever did was to heartily finish them.
- New sweets have been introduced to me!
Recently added to my to-eat list are toothsome desserts that I’ve first seen on the show. Looks like someone’s going to embark on a “sweetscapade” this year! Care to join me?
- I’ve picked up a few things that might help me in the kitchen.
As someone who’s burning with curiosity, it’s great to know how things are done. For example, how to peel and cut a melon in a satisfactory way, how to make your pancake fluffy, and so on.
- It has shown me the sweet side of Tokyo.
Tokyo has a fascinating collection of desserts that a tourist or even a local should try. Every dessert has a great story to tell that deserves to be heard.
- Lustly, I mean lastly 😀 , it has made me laugh like crazy a dozen times.
I’ve never boisterously laughed more than once at a foodie show like this before. Not that I’m hard to please, but this one has a bizarre way to tickle me. I’d like to think that it has the Japanese brand of humor. You may cringe at some point but will definitely crack up. For what it’s worth, Matsuya Onoe who played Kantaro in this Japanese gourmet TV show isn’t just a handsome actor but a fine one.
All images are my screenshots.
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