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The famous Japanese fluffy cheesecake that we’ve all seen jiggling on Instagram! The consistency is great and the sweetness is perfectly balanced. You can order the whole cake to go or sit in the tea room where you can get it paired with tea or...More
Fluffy, creamy, interesting texture, a great experience!!! Something everyone should try when visiting Osaka!! Get inside if you don't mind having a two hour old cake, or wait in the line to hear the bell if you want it hot.
I mean I wouldn’t call it a cheescake, it’s more like a cheesy chiffon cake. To be honest it really tasted more like a fluffy omelette to me. My companions really liked it though. For less than 1000Yen, it really is big enough to feed...More
The cake has well enough a fun fluffy and jiggly texture, and very light to consume....but, it is NOT a cheesecake!
Not a shred of a piece had a cheese flavor. It tasted all throughout of egg whites.
So more a jiggly egg cake -...More
Not the best cheesecake in the world, but still a woth trying. After it went viral with the jiggling cheesecake, it gets crowded very easily. Although, they are very organized with the lines. Wait only a few minutes if you want to get a steaming...More
Walked past the first time and the queue was long. Decided to go back the following day and there was a longer queue. We noticed there were two lines, one to wait for a fresh batch and the other for cheesecakes already cooked. We got...More
We've seen this place on TV and the wiggly "cheesecakes" do not disappoint visually. Why on earth anyone would put raisins in this confounds me to no end.
It is super light and fluffy but to me tasted more like an airy angel food cake....More
BLEHHH... something disgusting! It's not cheesecake, it's an omelette. Is this the best "cheesecake" in Osaka? I don't want to know what other "cheesecakes" taste like.
It's an omelette, not a cheesecake!!!
They are in soft card boxes and are quite fragile. Not sure if they'll survive the trip back even if you're careful, as the shelf life is also short since it's made fresh and probably without any preservative.