Dominique Ansel’s Japanese Connection

Sitting at a corner table at his eponymous cafe in Tokyo’s posh Omotesando district, Chef Dominique Ansel is getting curious glares from customers, who are probably wondering if it’s really him. It’s a busy Saturday afternoon at the first floor bakery, where a long queue of people is excitedly waiting to get a taste of Mr. Ansel’s famous sweets, and it’s even busier on the second floor cafe, where we sit to chat a little about sweets, and a lot about Japan.

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