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cream puff from La Terra

la terre

As La Terra means mother earth, they use no artificial and post harvest things for cakes and sweets. All of the materials are from somewhere in Japan.

la terre

I got cream puff filled with fresh custard cream & fresh whipped cream :9 It was good, of course.

La Terre (Japanese)
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posted by kiibee , 7月 22, 2010 10:14:45 (Tokyo) :

Oh geez, EVERYTHING looks so yummy!

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posted by Diyana , 7月 22, 2010 13:01:06 (Tokyo) :

The cream looks so heavenly!

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posted by ichigo , 7月 22, 2010 18:50:01 (Tokyo) :

aww…looks so yummy.why this shop has an italian name? ^.^

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posted by Patty , 7月 23, 2010 2:28:38 (Tokyo) :

It’s so perfect, doesn’t even look real! :0
But looks delicious for sure! :P

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posted by mindnotes , 7月 23, 2010 22:51:25 (Tokyo) :

sugoi!!!!

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posted by Samantha , 7月 24, 2010 15:36:25 (Tokyo) :

Wow, I love desserts in Japan, they put so much effort into the presentation! I definitely miss Tokyo now =(, but that puff looks delicious!

P.s I love your blog!

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