South Korea has inspired some of the biggest food trends in Tokyo over the past two years. One of the best dessert creations from the country, however, has managed to fly a bit under the radar: the macaron sandwich.

The Sugar Forest in Koenji is a Korean macaron cafe serving up a mega-stuffed version of the dessert. Open since May of last year, the store sells crayon-bright sweets (¥400 for one) ideal for Instagram feeds. The macaron flavors range from the simple-but-pretty vanilla and chocolate to slightly more complex creations such as Oreo or green tea.

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