How one Tokyo man baked his way out of isolation

Armed with a tiny portable stove, newfound time and a lot of love, Justin Mackee has made and delivered over 250 cakes for charity during the COVID-19 lockdown.

You’re in lockdown, so you baked. So did your neighbours, and your colleagues — and the whole pandemic-rattled world. But you didn’t bake like Justin Mackee.

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