Combining her lifelong passion for baking and graphic design skills, Reina Parekh-Reyes started her baking business to fill a niche gap in the Japanese sweets market. A trailblazer in the sculptural cakes space, Reina's journey began in 2015 when she baked her first floral buttercream cake for her mother's birthday. A lifelong learner, Reina honed her skills through a mixed medium of YouTube videos and professional certification at the Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts. Today, Raindrop Sweets has become the preferred choice for custom edible art pieces used by the local community as well as some of the largest agencies and brands in Tokyo, Japan.
Each Raindrop Sweets piece is tailored to your wishes and executed at the highest quality to deliver the most memorable creations that get you, your family, friends, and colleagues talking and sharing.
A.YES they do! Not only do they look great, we use only the finest quality ingredients, including local sources whenever possible.
A.We do not like to rush clients into making hasty decisions. Most customers book our services two to three weeks before their event. We have been known, however, to stay up all night to complete last-minute orders.
A.Since each cake is custom made to your specifications, and incorporates so many variables from consultation to execution, it is difficult to offer a hard-and-fast price list. We always try to present a few possible variations and price tiers from which to select. Our minimum order is ¥20,000.
A.We are pick up and delivery only. We do not have a storefront.
A.Yes, we provide free consultations for anyone who would like help coming up with a theme or fine-tuning a concept. We'd love to hear from you!
We do not like to rush clients into making hasty decisions.
Most customers book our services two to three weeks before their event.
We have been known, however, to stay up all night to complete last-minute orders.
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