How to travel during borders lockdown with Netflix #2 JAPAN

When speaking about series and Netflix, Japan is one of those country with high quantity of series on Netflix. Most of them are bought by Netflix, but there are some which are Netflix originale series.

Street of Shinjuku Neighborhood

Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman

Today I recommend Kantaro, if you want to deep into Tokyo city and all its districts without leave your place.

Kantaro is a stoic book salesman passionate by sweets. For being able to lead a double life as salary man and sweets tasting life, he choose to be Publishers sales man, so as having time and playing hooky from work to write his sweets blog. In his journey to attain a glimpse of sweets heaven Kantaro samples various Japanese and Western sweets.

And what is really great with Kantaro and can be very funny is the way he has to describe all his tasting sessions with so many passion!

After that you will love Tokyo and it’s sweets stores.

Each episode introduces to the world one of Japanese traditional sweet and promote Tokyo’s famous desserts stores in a captivating way.

For bloggers and sweet lovers, enjoy!

Author: viniedaily

I'm an European citizen, living in Paris, who has lived in Taipei during 5 years before moving back in Paris for Work. Living in Europe gives me the opportunity to easy travel for 2 to 3 days and experiment new cultures and foods. That's what I'm doing during my free time! I love eat, discover new flavors and new cultures, through the way each people has to approach the meal time. For all those Cultures I've met, I create this daily diary, to memorize all the places I've been, and all the delicious food and flavors I've discovered. This is my personal blog, I would like to share it with you

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  1. There’s another really good called ‘Midnight stories, Tokyo diner’, it’s basically a fictional series that shows you short stories around the table with a typical Japanese dish, it’s wonderful 🙂 all the best and greetings from Lisbon, PedroL

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