Nendo Created a Cheesecake Inspired by Northern Japan Winters

Known as Neyuki, or “continuous snow cover.”

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Last month, high-profile Japanese design studio Nendo designed a wireless and transparent speaker for Aomori-based brand Bunaco. Continuing the company’s artful, creative approach to design, Nendo teams up with Japan’s Flanders for the confectionery company’s new cheesecake.

Crowned with treetop cocktail sticks and set in a “snowy scene” constructed using powdered sugar, Flanders and Nendo’s cheesecake is known as Neyuki — Japanese for “continuous snow cover –and its look takes its inspirational cues from the winter scenery of the northern Japan island Hokkaido — the same place Flanders is situated. The concept behind the cheesecake is also influenced by the northern Japanese snow-storage method for fruit and vegetable preservation and sweetening.

You can take a look at Nendo’s Neyuki cheesecake for Flanders above.

Last month, Nendo also collaborated with Zens for a minimalist homeware capsule.

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