Japanese Birthday Cakes: Japan is an archipelago, or chain of islands, situated near Asia’s eastern border. Shikoku, Kyushu, Honshu, and Hokkaido are the four major islands. And there are around four thousand smaller islands! The Siberian area of Russia to the north and Korea and China to the south are Japan’s closest mainland neighbors.
Japanese people are renowned for their intense work ethic. Youngsters learn to respect everyone, but especially their parents and bosses. They learn to put the demands of their family or business above their own and to act in that way. In this post, you will find more than five extraordinary Japanese birthday cake ideas and designs:
Japanese Birthday Cakes
- Our first Japanese birthday cake features a Japanese temple on top of a solid, square-shaped vanilla base. There is also a pretty tree with pink flowers designed on the front side of the cake, plus an edible figure of a Japanese woman beside the cake.
2. This is another pretty Japanese birthday cake that has beautiful pink and red flowers adorning it. You can also see two larger pink roses by the side of the cake on the right side, which makes it look even more pretty. Enjoy.
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3. Wow, this is quite a mouth-watering Japanese birthday cake because it has some of the signature features of Japanese cuisine, such as sushi, maki, and wasabi. These make the extraordinary cake even more tempting, making it my favorite thus far.
4. This two-tier Japanese birthday cake has several pretty and edible pink flowers adorning it, plus a cute, non-edible, and collectible Japanese doll figure standing on top of the red upper tier. The bottom tier is a vanilla flavor, while the upper tier is a strawberry flavor.
5. Look at all the incredible details found on this two-tier Japanese birthday cake. There are edible features such as chopsticks, a fan, small red flowers, and a kitty figure sitting on top of the upper tier. You can also see a black drawing of a Japanese temple on the front side of the bottom tier, which makes the cake even more impressive.
6. Our final Japanese birthday cake features a very elegant design that shows a fan and two black chopsticks placed delicately above a black upper tier adorned with red flowers. The bottom tier is white with black patterns and contrasts with the other colors on the cake. Enjoy and see you in the next post!
So which amazing Japanese birthday cake did you like the most in today’s post? I thought cake number three was incredible because of all the edible sushi and maki pieces on top of the cake.