The Great British Bake Off is an extremely well-known show in the UK, running for the past decade and still fascinates people worldwide with its tasty delights. With the numerous spin-offs that have been aired internationally in the past year, there was speculation of a Japanese variation of Bake Off that would crop up And here we are with it!
From the 22nd of April, you can start indulging in the delight of the Japanese Bake-off on Amazon Prime Japan ( yes, the eight episodes are already available!).
The show may be in Japanese however, according to what we’ve seen from the sneak preview, series one, Bake Off Japan doesn’t appear like the original Bake Off Japan. The show will feature ten bakers from the amateur category competing in contests such as piping precisely shaped eclairs. There will be four judges for the contestants.
The jury are patissiers Toshihiko Yoroizuka as well as Yoshimi Ishikawa, as well as actor Maki Sakai, and Asuka Kudoh. We don’t know much about the contestants; however, it will be interesting to discover how they perform on the panel when the show airs.
In the final analysis, Bake Off Japan is a great way to create the same feeling of connection with the viewers, just like Bake Off the Original. We are captivated as bakers put a lot of effort into their cakes, exude a sense of pride when they finish their cakes on time but are dissatisfied when things don’t go according to plan. Naturally, the quality of the sweets contestants make in the Bake Off Japan could rival some of the top-rated baked goods on British Bake Off, and we see stunning visuals throughout the entire series. If you love the original show, you’ll be awed by the Bake Off Japan. And If you’ve never seen or watched any Bake Off indicates before this, this is an excellent place to begin!
We’d like to see some more glam than the one we saw in the latest season of The Great British Bake Off.