Freshly Made Limited Edition Roasted Marshmallow Tart S’mores at Narita Airport

13.June.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

ANA FESTA, Narita Airport, is releasing a premium chocolate version of their Toasted Marshmallow Tart S’more which will only be available for a limited period. On basement floor 1 of ANA FESTA in Narita Airport, there is a shop adjoined to a small bakery where the s’mores are freshly made.

Roasted Marshmallow Tart S’more W Chocolate Pack of 4: ¥800 / Pack of 8: ¥1,600 (prices before tax)

The Toasted Marshmallow Tart S’more is a camping treat invented by America consisting of a roasted marshmallow sandwiched between two graham crackers with chocolate. Over a period of 8 months, ANA FESTA has taken this popular American treat and developed a new style of S’more. When ANA FESTA started selling their S’mores back in March 2017, they became an instant sensation, becoming a popular appearance on social media and in magazines. Now, these S’mores are known as the new Tokyo souvenir and is the most popular souvenir sold at ANA FESTA in Narita airport.

The making of the brand new premium flavour called W chocolate involved the participation of ANA FESTA bakers. After extensive trial and error, they created an exquisite masterpiece full of delicate detail down to the packaging.

 

On basement floor one of ANA FESTA, Narita Airport, there is a combined kitchen area where the tart s’mores are made. You can see the mixer and conveyor toaster and witness your marshmallow being placed on the tart as it is roasted to perfection. The soft, fluffy marshmallow lying on a crispy tart base is a wonderful sensation for your tastebuds.

After your Tokyo travels, pop by an ANA FESTA in Narita Airport for a wonderful souvenir!

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