Assemblages Kakimoto offers unique sweets in a new style
Assemblages Kakimoto, which opened close to the Kyoto Imperial Palace in May 2016, is a sweets shops the sweets lovers of Japan all want to go to.
The owner chef has quite a career; he got the 4th place in World Chocolate Masters 2013 in Paris and won the ice sculpture contest of the World Pastry Cup. He has also worked as a chef in a French restaurant, so he is truly an exceptionally talented person.
“Assemblages” means a combination, and the chef here has combined his three different skills: chocolatier, patissier, and cuisinier. From their bonbons that use ingredients like vegetables, and their cakes that combine Japanese and western ingredients, the sweets at Assemblages Kakimoto are all unique. There is a surprise and feeling of joy inside all of their cakes and chocolates.
The atmosphere at the cake shop which is in a renovated machiya town house is refined, but modern and trendy at the same time. The delicate, luxurious sweets of Assemblages Kakimoto will make you an addict even if you just taste them once.