FUJIYA Sweetoven at Tokyo SolamachiFUJIYA Sweetoven, located on the second floor of Tokyo Solamachi, sells sweets using Fujiya's long-selling "Country Ma'am" and "freshly baked" Country Ma'am.
The most recommended item is the store's most popular item, the " Baked Cheese Tart" (220 yen, tax included, same below). It is a cheese tart with a Country Ma'am (with chocolate chips) in the bottom, and it is absolutely delicious! It would definitely make a great souvenir.
Baked Cheese Tart
Accented with country mumsThe cheese tart is baked in the store's oven. The slightly thick, crispy tart dough is filled with cheese dough.
The cheesecloth is light and fluffy, and has a deliciously rich flavor with a mild acidity. It enhances the savory and buttery flavor of the tart dough.
The country mam on the bottom is just an "accent". However, the presence of the cookies and chocolate chips support the deliciousness of the cheese.
Kiln-dashi Pie Puff (Country Ma'am Cream)Another personal favorite of mine is the "Kiln Dashi Pie Puff (Country Ma'am Cream)" (216 yen), a cream puff filled with Country Ma'ams. Country Ma'am Cream" is fresh cream mixed with Country Ma'am and wrapped in pie puff pastry.
The dough is made up of two layers, with a crispy pie crust on the bottom and a crunchy puff crust on top.
The country mam cream is so good! The mild richness of the milk and the savory, slightly sweet Country Ma'am cream are in perfect harmony. When eaten cold, it is as rich as eating cookies and cream ice cream!
You can enjoy it as it is, or you can tear off a piece of puff pastry or pie dough and dip it in the cream while eating!
Freshly baked Country Ma'amHowever, the first thing you should try is the "freshly baked" Country Ma'ams baked in the store!
When you try them, the first thing you notice is how crunchy they are! Baking a commercial country mam in the oven gives it a better texture, but it is even more "crunchy" and savory than that. This contrasts sharply with the moist dough inside and the smooth melted chocolate texture. Delicious~!
The baked goods are baked every two hours starting at 10:00 a.m., but additional baked goods are baked as soon as they run out, so the baking time may vary. If you want to be sure to get freshly baked goods, be sure to visit at 10:00 a.m. when the shop opens!