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Pastry chef from Japan demonstrates sweet treats

WAIKIKI (HawaiiNewsNow) - Do you have a sweet tooth?

If you do, you might want to head to Waikiki to sample a special pastry menu.

Dozens gathered at Halekulani Saturday afternoon to watch pastry chef Kanjiro Mochizuki, who flew in from Japan's Imperial Hotel for this special event.

He demonstrated how to make some of his award winning creations.

Afterwards, guests got a chance to sample the desserts.

"It's very rare to get him out of his kitchen to see him displaying his talent and sharing it with us in Hawaii, so we're very pleased that he's here sharing his talent and showing us some of the nuances of pastries", said Halekulani chef Vikram Garg.

You can try them for yourself at the Veranda Tea Room where they'll be on the menu starting Monday, through the end of August.

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