The Dutch Slope’s Western Cafe


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There was a cafe called the “Evening Rain” in a western-style building at the end of a narrow street on the Dutch Slope. On a rainy night, a university student who lost her way by chance met a strange shopkeeper.

A mysterious cafe with a strange attachment to evening rain, the “Evening Rain Cafe”……because of it, she got to learn about Nagasaki’s variety of traditional confectionery.

Eventually, she came to work at the shop, but the shopkeeper had an amazing secret.

A story of a sweet relationship connected by sweet confectionery begins here.

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The Western Cafe on the Dutch Slope, Nagasaki – Sugar Road and Secret Book (LN)
Related Series
The Heartbeat at the Tip of the Tongue (1)
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01/19/20 Silent TL extra 3
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earlgreyt rated it
January 20, 2020
Status: Completed
If you are a foodie...

If you love confections~ bakeries~ cakes~ sweets~ × tidbits of Japanese culinary history~

If you love slow, sweet novels that are filled with fluff the way a fluffy piece of Castella might melt in your mouth~~~

... more>> this is the novel for you!

o (〃^▽^〃) o

Not gonna lie, the whole time I was drooling and googling up images of all the delicious confections mentioned, as well as how they got introduced to Japanese (Nagasaki) culinary culture. The translation is really excellent and the pastry descriptions will leave you craving to try their sumptuous textures and flavors!

*goes back to staring at recipe for pomelocello*


There aren't any major conflicts and or any cannon-fodders. The main character is painfully shy/hesitant type, so she doesn't take initiative until forced by her friends. But even though it's not my preferred MC personality, it wasn't written in an irritating manner so I thought it was fine.

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January 27, 2020
Status: Completed
Very sweet, slow build romance. Love the setting and atmosphere of this. Japanese foodies cant miss this.
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