Miffy Sakura Kitchen & Bakery to Open in Arashiyama, Kyoto

21.September.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

The new takeout bakery Miffy Sakura Kitchen will open in Arashiyama, Kyoto on October 3, fusing traditional Japan with Dick Bruna’s cute bunny character.

The bakery faces the main street that runs from Togetsu-kyo Bridge through the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, the most iconic tourist spots of Arashiyama.

 

Vintage Mugs – ¥1,200 (Pre-Tax)

 

Lunch Bowls – ¥2,000 (Pre-Tax)

 

At the bakery you can get your hands on a range of Miffy licensed merchandise as well as a string of exclusive Miffy Sakura Kitchen made in the style of traditional Kyoto pottery and more.

 

Of course, there’s plenty of delicious goodies to get your fingers on too like anpan sweet bread, danish pastries, ice cream, drinks and more, all inspired by Miffy.

Miffy Anpan – ¥260 (Pre-Tax)

The Miffy anpan is shaped like Miffy’s face which is filled with sweet adzuki bean paste.

 

Miffy Fuku Daruma Bread – ¥350 (Pre-Tax)

This cute and round Miffy bread is made in the image of a daruma doll and is filled with rich matcha cream. Limited quantity available.

 

Carrot Bread – ¥310 (Pre-Tax)

Miffy loves carrots, so this one’s dedicated to her. It’s made with carrot puree and contains an egg salad.

 

Miffy Danish Pastry – ¥500 (Pre-Tax)

When you sink your teeth into this crunchy toasted pastry your mouth is filled with the sweet taste of butter. You can order it as French toast or enjoy it as a sandwich.

 

Miffy Cube (Matcha & White Chocolate) – ¥230 (Pre-Tax)

This cubed shaped bread bears the shop’s logo and Miffy on the front. You’ll get addicted to the sweet white chocolate and bitter matcha inside!

 

 

The bakery itself will also be decorated with all things Miffy, so if you’re a fan of the cute bunny yourself you’ll definitely want to go and visit.

 

■Information

Arashiyama Miffy Sakura Kitchen
Address: 20 Sagatenryuji Tsukurimichicho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture

Grand Opening: October 3, 2018

 

Opening Hours
Miffy Kitchen: 10:00am-6:00pm
Miffy Bakery: 10:00am-6:00pm

 

Contact
Miffy Kitchen: 075-863-2022
Miffy Bakery: 075-496-4244

 

Miffy Sakura Kitchen Offiみっふぃー桜きっちん公式サイト:http://www.miffy-sakurakitchen.jp

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