Japan choux

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    Bobby New Member

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    I stumbled upon a bakery in tokyo. And i tried their choux. I was delicious. Slightly chewy dough and inside was a layer of mochi like layer. And the filling is creamcheese filling.

    I tried different methods to recreate this but always failed. I couldnt just go to tokyo when i wanna eat it haha.

    Maybe any of you have some insights. Please do share. Thank you
     

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    Welcome to the forum! I've never been to Tokyo but I'd love to go one day. What are the photos of - your pastry or the one from Tokyo?
     
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    Can u see the photos? I hope i uploaded ot right
     
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    Yep I can see the photos - what I was asking was are they photos of what you baked yourself, or are they photos of what you are trying to achieve?
     
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    Those are photos of what im trying to achieves. Any insights?
     
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    I'm not sure, but that second photo looks more like bread than choux pastry. Especially the crackled effect on top - that looks like tiger bread.
     
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