All You Can Eat Dessert In Japan…$15!

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My friend V told me about her favorite place in Japan to eat and If I was there I am sure it would be mine too.

It’s a place called Sweets Paradise. It’s an all-you-can eat dessert restaurant, and for those who enjoy sweets it must be basically heaven on earth!

Sweets Paradise is like a chubby kid’s dream come true. The premise or “CHALLENGE” is simple: you pay ¥1,480 (about $15.00) and they give you 90 minutes to gorge yourself into a diabetic coma on, as the sign says, Cake! Pasta! Sandwich! Drink!
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A quick guide to visitors to Japan on a budget (or lovers of all-you-can-eat deals in general) here are the characters to look out for when scanning restaurant signage

The characters 食べ放題 (tabehoudai) mean “all you can eat.

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Similarly, the characters 飲み放題 (nomihoudai) mean “all you can drink.”


The characters バイキング (baikingu) mean “Viking” and is a slang Japanese term that refers to a “buffet.”

“Dessert Viking” is the theme at Sweets Paradise. The term “Viking” probably has its origins in the more appropriate Swedish word, “Smörgåsbord.”

V says everything is delicious…I hope to check it out on my next trip to Tokyo, of course after my sushi fix and midnight ramen run.

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