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Japan’s Viral Cake-In-A-Can Vending Machines Are Coming To Singapore

23rd August 2022

Okashi Gaku Japanese cake in a can

Japan is chock full of novelty F&B experiences, including the likes of Okashi Gaku‘s soda can cakes and desserts, AKA Fuwa Cans, which you purchase out of a vending machine. If you’ve seen these floating around social media, get excited, as you’ll finally be able to get them for yourself without having to make the trip to Japan. Okashi Gaku is slated to bring their dessert vending machines to Singapore from 16 September onwards!

okashi gaku cake vending machine singaporre
Image credit: @rikoxstyle

For context: Okashi Gaku is founded by the folks behind the famous Hokkaido parfait and risotto restaurant chain, Gaku.

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The vending machine concept was first introduced in 2021 with much online traction.

okashi gaku fuwa cake suntec city
Image credit: @okashigaku

Satisfy your sweet tooth with a variety of Okashi Gaku’s flavours, including their OG Strawberry Shortcake Can ($11.80), and Fuwa Can staples such as Mango Passionfruit ($9.80). There will also be three Singapore Fuwa Can exclusives: Matcha ($8.80), Mango Chocolate ($9.80), and Tiramisu ($8.80).

The brand has confirmed that the first Okashi Gaku vending machine will open in Suntec City, at the entrance of Eat at Seven, on level three of the mega mall’s North Wing. It will be in operation round the clock. More of these cake-in-a-can vending machines will open across Singapore by year-end.

okashi gaku strawberry shortcake
Image credit: @okashigaku

We hear that the Strawberry Shortcake is the product to try. Airy whipped cream is layered in a clear soda can with Hokkaido strawberries and fluffy vanilla sponge, for a dreamy treat.

okashi gaku tiramisu - singapore exclusive
Image credit: @okashigaku

The Tiramisu is another must-try if you love creamier versions of the Italian dessert. Mascarpone cream is layered with thin coffee-soaked sponge, and finished with a dusting of cocoa powder.

To enjoy the cakes, simply pull off the can’s top with the tab. Then, dig in with a tall spoon.

fuwa can - singapore
Image credit: @okashigaku

The cakes are air-flown from Japan, so the vending machine is not going to be refilled daily. If you want to nab these cakes, then be sure to swing by early.

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For more food in the mall, check out our Suntec City food guide! Else, we also have a guide to the best tiramisu in Singapore.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-306/307, Eat At Seven, North Wing, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours

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Featured image adapted from @okashigaku

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