Kumori Philippines: Now Baking in Landmark Makati

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This week, Kumori opened at the lower ground floor of Landmark Makati. Check out what this Japanese Bakery has to offer.

Photo from Kumori Philippines Facebook

It's Japan, baked daily

Kumori's first store at Landmark Makati (which is located beside another bakery, Bread Talk) is a space for take-out orders only. Freshly baked and handmade goods is the highlight of this new bakeshop, using Japanese ingredients.

Photo from Kumori Philippines Facebook

According to Kumori Philippines, the top 6 favorite breads they have in Japan are the Anpan, Melon-pan, Yakisoba bread, Korokke Pan, Curry bread, and Korone. Manila is enjoying a lot of those fluffy Japanese cheesecake nowadays, and Kumori also offers their own version, the Hanjuku Cheese Cake (P48/individual piece) which also comes in a chocolate variant. They also sell Fuwa-fuwa buns (Fuwa-Fuwa Cream Bun/P58, Fuwa-Fuwa Chocolate/P58) in assorted flavors, a creamy bun that's famous in Japan, said to be the favorite because of its fluffy and soft texture and moist and creamy center.


Kumori's melon bread, said to be the most iconic of all Japanese breads

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Six favorites from Japan

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Other freshly baked Japanese products available, such as cakes (green tea tiramisu, tofu cheesecake sold per slice or as whole cakes), breads, buns, and other sweet treats (Toyohashi pudding in assorted flavors, P98 each) and savory snacks on display.

Photo from Kumori Philippines Instagram

Kumori Philippines is now open at the lower ground floor of Landmark Makati, and will soon open stores in SM Makati and Glorietta. Like Kumori Philippines on Facebook (/kumoriph) and follow on Instagram (@kumoriph).

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