Japanese Roll Cake Castle is a dish made by Momo Akanegakubo in her match against Erina Nakiri during the 1st Card of the 4th Bout of the Rebels Vs. Central Régiment de Cuisine


A series of sponge roll cakes made with muscovado sugar and multiple food colorings made of strawberry purée, matcha powder, cocoa powder and black sesame paste. The garnishes include amezaiku[1] (which is a type of pulled candy) and two types of berries which are strawberries and blueberries. With all these flavors combined it like an unavoidable barrage of cuteness. Momo was able to produce patterns on each roll and assemble them into a giant castle within a time limit, which not only demonstrates cute aesthetics, but also an extreme speed and dexterity.


Muscovado Sheet Cake Edit

  • Sponge Cake Batter
    • Eggs
  • Muscovado Sugar
  • Various Food Colorings
    • Strawberry Purée
      • Strawberry
    • Matcha Powder
      • Green Tea Leaves
    • Cocoa Powder
    • Black Sesame Paste

Soy Sauce Creme Edit

  • Whipped Cream
  • Cane Sugar
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Soy Sauce

Garnish Edit

  • Amezaiku[1]
    • Ame
  • Berries
    • Strawberries
    • Blueberries

Real Facts Edit

  • Swiss rolljelly roll, cream roll or Roll Cake is a type of sponge cake roll filled with whipped cream, jam, or icing. The origins of the term are unclear. In spite of the name Swiss roll, the cake is believed to have originated elsewhere in Central Europe, likely Austria. It appears to have been invented in the nineteenth century, along with Battenberg, doughnuts and Victoria sponge. The shape of the Swiss roll has inspired usage as a descriptive term in other fields, such as in optics and many forms of the term "jelly roll".[2]
  • Amezaiku (飴細工) is Japanese candy craft artistry. An artist takes multi-colored taffy and, using their hands and other tools such as tweezers and scissors, creates a sculpture. Amezaiku artists also paint their sculpted candy with edible dyes to give the finished work more character. Animals and insects are common amezaiku shapes created to appeal to children. Intricate animal characters are created with expert speed. Some amezaiku artists are also street performers who perform magic tricks and tell stories along with their candy craft entertainment.[1]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Amezaiku
  2. Wikipedia Page on Swiss Roll
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