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Tokyo Bubble Tea's Sakura Feast

I've always wanted to visit Japan especially during the Sakura season. It would be nice to walk under the cherry blossoms, wearing a kimono, and carrying a Japanese parasol- hehe. Kidding aside, Japan is a nice country to visit and enjoy takoyaki and bento meals.

But now, I can enjoy the Sakura season at Tokyo Bubble Tea and eat takoyaki and bento meals.


Sakura Soy Ginger Fish Bento. This is a super sulit bento meal. Look at that serving portions. I wasn't able to finish the whole set. Good for sharing. The kani salad with the sakura-mayo is also delish!


Sakura Chicken Katsu. Big serving portion, good for sharing so that you can still enjoy the milk tea and cakes. The cakes at Tokyo Bubble Tea are all masarap!


I love the Sakura Royal Milk Tea (the one in the middle). You can have the level of sweetness adjusted according to your taste preference also.


Matcha Cake. The taste of matcha is very distinct. Thumbs up!


Mango Cheesecake. I am not really fond of mango cheesecakes (I like the plain ones), but this one tastes so good that I finished all of it.




P.S. Tokyo Bubble Tea also serves nice tasting takoyakis.




Tokyo Bubble Tea
Tomas Morato
Quezon City


Tokyo Bubble Tea
Wilson Street
San Juan City

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  1. I love matcha, I'd love to try that matcha cake out. Great photos, by the way.

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    1. Thumbs up for the matcha cake. You should try it :)

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