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The Sweet Life: Japanese Pastry Chefs Are Making Waves in Paris

by Sivan Askayo
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Sivan Askayo

Sivan is a freelance Travel Photographer. She contributes to leading magazines such as Travel+Leisure, Conde Nast Traveller, Lonely Planet Traveller, Monocle and Elle Decor.  When she is not globe trotting on assignments, she splits her time between Tel Aviv and New York, where she has been living for the last 12 years. She will always find an opportunity to visit and shoot Paris, hoping a few times a year.  She loves coffee and will never be on a diet that would require her to give up chocolates and desserts.  View Sivan Askayo's Website

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5 comments on “The Sweet Life: Japanese Pastry Chefs Are Making Waves in Paris

I love the clean, crisp looks of Japanese bakeries and their pastries are always so delicate. The attention to detail and design applies to both the shop and the products!

I agree, and I highly recommend to follow the blog ‘Paris Chez Sharon’. The writer knows everything about Patisseries in Paris. She can be your best source for these in Paris

Who needs food when you have patisseries? I love the delicate artfulness that the owners have incorporated.

Wow those look so good

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