Sadaharu Aoki | Beautiful Japanese-Inspired Pastries

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Tokyo born pastry chef, Sadaharu Aoki, opened his first boutique in the 6th in 2001. Since then he has earned his reputation by using rigorous French pastry technique combined with traditional japanese ingredients.

Aoki has mastered the magic of simplicity in pairing these two cultures through the art of pastry. The Japanese ingredients he uses like matcha, yuzu, red beans, black sesame blend beautifully with the rich french-style ganaches, creams and chocolates.

We decided to taste the Zen, a white chocolate cream sandwiching matcha cake, sesame cream, and sesame pastry. It was fresh, new and delightfully not too sweet. We also tried the Genmaicha (green tea and toasted brown rice) eclair and their signature chocolate-covered macaroons that they call Chocoron. Our favorite, however, was the black sesame eclair. It was sweet and airy and had all the makings of the perfect eclair with these new Japanese flavors.

Aoki has now opened two other boutiques and a corner shop in Galleries Lafayette as well as in Japan and Taiwan.

 
Sadaharu Aoki Segur
25 rue Pérignon, 75015
 
Sadaharu Aoki Vaugirard
35 rue de Vaugirard, 75006
 
Sadaharu Aoki Port Royale
56 boulevard de Port Royal, 75005 

 

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  1. […] Sadaharu Aoki A Japanese pastry chef who has trained in both Japan and France, Sadaharu Aoki expertly injects Japanese elements into certain classic French desserts. It gets extra points for the beautiful presentation and packaging. (35 rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris. Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am – 7:00 pm and Sunday 10 am – 6 pm) […]

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