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HIDEMI SUGINO (Kyobashi)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 19.2011 Sweets, Bakery & Cafe 8 comments 0 trackback
HIDEMI SUGINO outside
HIDEMI SUGINO is the first oriental person to win the most prestigious competition, La Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie, the world cup of pastry in 1991. He is also the first oriental person to become member of Relais Desserts, which only has 85 members around the world. After training in France for several years he came back to Japan and was hired as chief pâtissier at various shops before opening his own shop HIDEMI SUGINO in Kobe. He then moved his shop to Kyobashi, Tokyo in 2001 and is probably the most popular pastry shop in Tokyo for the last 10 years. He uses a limited amount of sugar and his creations are probably the most artistic of all pâtissiers in Japan.


HIDEMI SUGINO case eatin
Most of his creations are mousse based cakes. He uses very limited gelatin, which makes it extra soft and creamy, but since its so soft, most of his cakes need to be in a refrigerator within a hour after it is purchased. There are also cakes which can only be eaten at his cafe. These cakes are just too soft to travel even for 15 minutes.


HIDEMI SUGINO 11 marie
His most famous cake which you can only eat at the cafe is MARIE, a wild strawberry & pistachio mousse cake.


HIDEMI SUGINO 10 Ambroisie アンブロワジー
Another one is AMBROISI, a chocolate mousse cake. There are only 10 made everyday, so you have to be lucky to eat both at the same time.


HIDEMI SUGINO 7 Améthyste アメジスト
The following are cakes, which you can take out. AMETHYSTE,


HIDEMI SUGINO 6 Ambre Noah アンブルノア
AMBRE NOAH,


HIDEMI SUGINO 4 Pomme dEve ポムデーブ
POMME D'EVE,


HIDEMI SUGINO 8 Merveille メルベイユ
MERVEILLE,


HIDEMI SUGINO 12 LARME ラルム
LARME,


HIDEMI SUGINO 2 Framboisier) フランポワジェ
FRAMBOISIER,


HIDEMI SUGINO 9 Geometryジオメトリー
GEOMETRY,


HIDEMI SUGINO 5 Mangue Cassis マングー・キャシス
MANGUE CASSIS,


HIDEMI SUGINO 3 chocolat framboise ショコラフランボワーズ
CHOCOLAT FRAMBOISE,


HIDEMI SUGINO 1 Sous Bois スーボワ
and SOUS BOIS.


HIDEMI SUGINO outside 1
Although Hidemi Sugino is open from 11am-7pm, cakes are added at 11am when it opens and at 2pm as well. They will be sold out within an hour or so and there will be many people online waiting. You will need to be there at least 30 minutes before and even if there are many cakes available you are only allowed to purchase 6 pieces. You are allowed to eat 2 pieces at the cafe, but then you can only takeout 4. If you want to eat a modern sensitive cake, which you won't find anywhere else, go to Hidemi Sugino even if you have to wait a hour or so.





HIDEMI SUGINO (in Japanese, イデミ・スギノ)
Address: 3-6-17 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都中央区京橋3-6-17)
Nearest train station: Tokyo Metro Kyobashi or Ginza 1-chome (2 min walk)
Tel: 03-3538-6780
Reservations: No
Website: None
English menu: None
Credit Card: No
Open: 11am-7pm
Closed: Monday (Every other Tuesday as well. Check with them for specific dates)

Prices: From 600 yen




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Oh wow! you are soooo lucky! to be able to sample Sugino's works in his dessert boutique and takeaway so many of his creations at the same time! I can only crave and hope... and stare into his cookbook in hope to be able to recreate all of these one day....
2011.11.07 21:41 | URL | Alan (travellingfoodies) #JyN/eAqk [edit]
> Oh wow! you are soooo lucky! to be able to sample Sugino's works in his dessert boutique and takeaway so many of his creations at the same time! I can only crave and hope... and stare into his cookbook in hope to be able to recreate all of these one day....


I'll be posting more confectionery stores in the future, but where else would you want to go to if you were in Tokyo? I can give you my honest opinion on the place since some are over rated and under rated as well.
2011.11.08 08:56 | URL | Tokyo Joe #- [edit]
The cakes look so heavenly. The prices are really only from 600 yen? So affordable.
2011.11.10 19:45 | URL | trexie #- [edit]
> Oh wow! you are soooo lucky! to be able to sample Sugino's works in his dessert boutique and takeaway so many of his creations at the same time! I can only crave and hope... and stare into his cookbook in hope to be able to recreate all of these one day....

Btw, I just posted a documentary on YouTube of his which was aired a couple of yrs ago. Its in Japanese but you can at least look at how he works and his studio.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4itnXBy7ss&feature=youtu.be
2012.01.20 21:04 | URL | Tokyo Joe #- [edit]
Alas, I went into the youtube too late and this video seems to have been taken down. :(

Any chance of emailing the clip to me? Dying to watch it!
2012.04.16 00:43 | URL | Alan (travellingfoodies) #JyN/eAqk [edit]
> Alas, I went into the youtube too late and this video seems to have been taken down. :(
>
> Any chance of emailing the clip to me? Dying to watch it!

Google deleted my account because I posted Japaense TV in HD including this one. Can't post anything now unless I create a new account.
2012.04.16 04:04 | URL | Tokyo Joe #- [edit]
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2012.11.02 22:35 | | # [edit]
Sorry don't know much about Osaka.

> Oh no!
> I left Kobe yesterday..and I'm now in Osaka, left Tokyo 3 days ago! I missed my chance!!!
> will be flying back to Msia on Mon :(
> Tmw i'll be in shinsaibashi, namba area. Any good cakes/pastries shops there? Pls email me!!
>
> Rebecca from Msia
2012.11.03 22:54 | URL | Tokyo Joe #- [edit]

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