This Summer, Try These Luxurious Kyoto-Limited Uji Matcha Pancakes

25.July.2019 | FOOD

Eggs ’n Things, Shijo Street, Kyoto will be selling luxurious Uji matcha pancakes from August 1, 2019. 

 

Eggs ‘n Things Shijo Street first launched their delicious uji matcha pancakes back in February 2017. The pancakes quickly became a big hit among the locals as well as the tourists, appealing to visitors who wanted to discover more about Kyoto. This summer, Eggs ‘n Things is packing their Kyoto-limited pancakes with even more Kyoto goodness.

 

These pancakes are luxuriously covered with rich matcha custard cream and garnished with rice flour dumplings, adzuki bean paste, chestnuts and a mini monaka wafer cake. Matcha is even kneaded into the pancake dough, maximising its mellow flavour. If you visit Kyoto, be sure to fully immerse yourself in the wonders of matcha ordering these matcha pancakes at Eggs ‘n Things Shijo Street, Kyoto.

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  • 4 Shaved Ice Desserts You Have to Line Up For in Kyoto This Summer

    18.July.2019 | FOOD

    Kyoto, also known as the “old capital,” is renowned for its historical architecture and richness in traditional Japanese culture, bring in tourists every year both Japanese and foreign. The city has an especially popular food culture, serving everything from traditional Japanese cuisine to twists of contemporary cuisine.

     

    Today we take a look at 4 different shaved ice desserts you must try in Kyoto this summer all of which are equally worth lining up for.

     

    Hatagoya Rihei – Espuma Matcha Shaved Ice

    Kyoto is the home of Uji matcha, and its city of Joyo is home to Hatagoya Rihei, a Japanese confectionery shop which specialises in dorayaki, a traditional dessert in Japan which consists of two pancakes filled with sweet adzuki bean paste.

     

    The absolute must-try contender on their menu is the Espuma Matcha Shaved Ice which is lavishly packed full of matcha. Available for a limited-time only, this shaved ice is made with espuma, which is Spanish for “foam.” It’s a mix of fluffy shaved ice and a rich matcha sauce which takes on a thick mousse-like texture. The ice and sauce melts the moment it hits your tongue, creating a new kind of texture that makes for light eating. It comes with a side of toppings including matcha honey, red bean paste, rice flour dumplings, and matcha jelly. The dessert can be enjoyed from start to finish as you mix and match all the different flavours to your taste.

     

    ▼Hatagoya Rihei

    Address: Higashinokuchi-44-54 Terada, Joyo, Kyoto

    Business Hours: 10:00-18:00

    Closed: Tuesdays

    Access: Joyo Station via JR Nara Line / Terada Station via Nara Line

    Official Website: http://rihe.jp/

     

     

    Senba Miyabi – Mix Juicy Shaved Ice

    Senba Miyabi is another shop in Joyo which specialises in fruit sandwiches and confections. It is managed by the fruit shop Fruit Shop Senba which are known for their high quality fruit selection.

     

    Their Mix Juicy Shaved Ice is drizzled in a cute pink sauce which is a juiced mix of strawberry, banana, kiwi, pineapple and other fresh fruits. The shaved ice is topped with even more assorted fruits for colour and flavour, and even more fruits are hidden inside. If you like sweet things, we recommend making the flavour even richer by topping with condensed milk or ice cream.

     

    ▼Senba Miyabi

    Address: Fukurojiri-19-1 Terada, Joyo, Kyoto

    Business Hours: 10:00-19:00

    Closed: Mondays

    Access: 420m from Joyo Station via JR Nara Line

    Official Website: http://www.senba2018.com/

     

     

    Amami no Ie Takegushi – Berry Berry Custard

    Amami no Ie Takegushi is a cafe located in Kyoto Prefecture’s city of Kizugawa where you can enjoy handmade Japanese confections and pastries as well as indulge in some great coffee.

     

    Their bright-red Berry Berry Custard shaved ice is like powdered snow, topped with an strawberry and assorted berry sauce and velvety fresh cream. Hiding inside the ice is custard made with specially made condensed milk by Clover Farm in Kizugawa. It also contains condensed milk honey and frozen berries for a refreshing sweet and sour combination.

     

    ▼Amami no Ie Takegushi

    Address: 2-6-9 Umemidai, Kizugawa, Kyoto

    Business Hours: [Tues] 14:30-17:30 / [Wed-Fri] 11:00-17:30 / [Sat] 11:00-17:30

    Closed: Mondays & Sundays

    Access: 26-minutes on foot from Kizu Station via JR Kansai Main Line

    Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kyoto.kizugawa.kushitake

     

     

    Gion Tokuya – Bancha Shaved Ice

    Gion Tokuya takes the utmost pride and care in its use of high quality ingredients. Their Bancha Shaved Ice is lined with fresh lemon slices and covered in a syrup made from bancha tea and sugar. The way you eat this shaved ice is to slowly drizzle the syrup over the dessert right before eating. A spoonful will cover your taste buds with fragrant Kyoto-style bancha tea and a gentle sweetness. Eating it together with the lemon slices makes it taste like lemon tea. If you’re looking to enjoy something refreshing or to cool you down then we recommend this one!

     

    ▼Gion Tokuya

    Address: 570-127 Gionmachi Minamigawa, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefectur

    Business Hours: 12:00-18:00

    No Fixed Holidays

    Access:

    6-minutes on foot from Gion-Shijō Station via the Keihan Main Line
    8-minutes on foot from Kawaramachi Station via the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line

    Official Website: http://gion-tokuya.jp/index.html

     

     

    If you’re visiting Kyoto for summer then what better way to cool yourself down than with some refreshing shaved ice? Be sure to try out one of these 4 cute and unique shaved ice desserts this summer.

     

     

    Photos/Information: KYOTO SIDE

  • 3 Kyoto Tourist Spots to Visit and Cool Down at This Summer

    17.July.2019 | SPOT

    The bustling Kyoto Prefecture is located in the Kansai region of Japan, adored for its historical architecture and richness in traditional Japanese culture for which it brings in tourists every year both Japanese and foreign.

     

    Summertime in Kyoto is renowned for being very hot. We’ve compiled a list of 3 must-visit locations where you can cool down during the summer heat―each of which have beautiful sights―and how to get to them.

     

    Explore the Caverns of Shizushi Limestone Cave Park

    The only limestone caves in Kyoto Prefecture, Shizushi Limestone Cave Park offers an exciting mix of outdoor activities from cave exploration to camping, bird watching and much more. The caves are a designated national monument of Kyoto Prefecture. Many fossils have been collected from the caves that date back to before the Permian period (which ended 252.2 million years ago) including fusulinida and crinoids. The temperature of the caves sits between 12℃-15℃ throughout the year making it a very popular spot for cooling off during times of hot weather.

     

    ▼Shizushi Limestone Cave Park
    Address: Shizushi, Kyotamba, Funai District, Kyoto

    Access: Board a JR bus from Sonobe Station (JR Sagano Line) bound for Enpuku (園福線) and get off at Hinokiyama (桧山). Change onto a Choei (町営) bus. Get off at the Shizushi Limestone Cave entrance (鐘乳洞口) and walk for 5 minutes.

    Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00

    Website: http://www.kyotamba.org/質志鐘乳洞公園/

     

     

    Beach Swings and Sunsets at Yuhigaura

    Yuhigaura sits on the coast of Kyoto’s Tango area and is known for its iconic sunsets. Every year during summertime, giant swings made from driftwood and other materials are placed onto the beaches. Sitting on these during the evening sunset make for an incredibly picturesque scene.

    And this year they’re serving an original drink called the “Magic Hour” for a limited time.

     

    ▼Yuhigaura
    Address, 390 Aminocho Hamazume, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture

    Access: Board the Limited Express Hashidate (特急はしだて号) train at Kyoto Station and get off at Yūhigaura-Kitsu-onsen Station (夕日ヶ浦木津温泉)

    Homepage: http://yuukan.com/news/17/?view_oft=0

     

     

    Amanohashidate Sandbar Illuminations

    Last year’s illuminations at the Amanohashidate sandbar brought in over 30,000 people. The sandbar is one of Japan’s three scenic views. The illumination event is held annually with this year’s running from July 13 to September 1. The lights turn the sandbar into a truly magical spectacle.

    A special bar is also open for the light-up where you can get drinks along with several other exciting events surrounding it.

     

    ▼Amanohashidate Light-Up
    Address: Monju, Miyazu, Kyoto

    Running: July 13, 2019 – September 1, 2019
    Event Details:  https://www.facebook.com/amanohashidate.machiakari/

     

     

    Stay cool this summer in Kyoto by hitting up one of these tourist hot spots!

  • Delicious Matcha Desserts Released at Itohkyuemon Gion Shijo in Kyoto

    11.July.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    Kyoto-based green tea company Itohkyuemon has been around since the end of the Edo period, its longevity having established itself has a hugely popular store. The company have just announced that they will open their first ever tea house extension in Kyoto called Itohkyuemon Gion Shijo on August 7.

    The cafe will serve up its own exclusive menu items from desserts to meals.

    (Left) Gion Parfait – ¥1,480 / (Right) Sweets Plate – ¥1,680

    The Gion Parfait is made with high-quality Uji matcha, something Itohkyumon is renowned for. It’s served in a large parfait class bigger than their usual matcha parfait and is stacked sumptuously with chestnuts, tamba black beans, chocolate, a slice of Uji matcha roll cake, and more.

     

    If you love Japanese tea then you’ll adore the Sweets Plate which is filled with an assortment of matcha and houjicha sweets.

    Matcha Curry Udon: ¥980

    The Matcha Curry Udon, which was previously sold only at the JR Uji Station branch of Itohkyuemon, will now be served at the new establishment. This Itohkyuemon-original dish is a combination of chewy matcha udon noodles and white broth matcha curry. The curry is also served as a souvenir; when it was first released in 2014 it sold out its stock of 2,000 in just two days. Experience matcha like never before when visiting Kyoto at Itohkyuemon Gion Shijo.

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  • Tokyo’s New Museum Cafe is a Haven For Fans of Architecture

    06.May.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    Japanese company Banc, which specialises in setting up hotels and other sites, held the grand opening of the new Architecture Cafe Sumika, a new museum/cafe in Shinjuku, Tokyo, on April 28.

    A peek inside

    A recreation of Fallingwater, a house designed by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright 

    Painting by chalk artist Misuzu Wakai

     

    Architectural designs recreated at the new museum cafe

    Villa Savoye (Le Corbusier)
    Fallingwater (Frank Lloyd Wright)
    Casa Ligornetto (Mario Botta)
    Sky House (Kiyonori Kikutake)
    Maison a Bordeaux (Rem Koolhaas)
    Malin Residence “chemosphere” (John Lautner)
    Eames House (Charles and Ray Eames)
    Silver Hat (Toyo Ito)
    Fisher House (Louis Kahn)
    Mailam House (Paul Rudolph)
    The Glass House (Lina Bo Bardi)
    Steel House (Kengo Kuma)

     

    A little look at the menu

    <Miho Chef Chocolatier> Premium Gateau Chocolate: ¥1,200 / Raw Marble Chocolate: ¥1,000 / Raw Dami Chocolate ¥450

     

    <Ten no Ya> Egg Sandwich: ¥750

    Architecture Cafe Sumika aim sto be a cosy space for architecture lovers who can enjoy thinking about their ideal home, talking about their favourite architect, and thinking about how architecture changes with the times. The cafe has recreated 12 architectural marvels from 12 different renowned architects, each at which sits at a different table.

     

    The cafe, which is located in Shinjuku Sanchome, employs a spacious cafe area with high ceilings that can be enjoyed by both lovers of architects and cafe enthusiasts where they can relax with a cup of tea, coffee, a soft drink, or even alcohol, the latter of which is served at bar hours from 18:00, completely changing the atmosphere into a night museum. There’s also a tasty food menu to tuck into.

     

    If you’re looking to speak to someone about architecture and real estate, Architecture Cafe Sumika also houses its own resident experts. Customers can also enjoy a range of other works by architects and interior designers.

     

    In celebration of the cafe’s opening, a competition is being held to create a jungle gym for children where entrees can win cash prizes, the top being ¥300,000. More details below.

  • Peter Luger Steak House Opens First Japanese Branch at Ebisu Garden Place

    02.May.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    Hailing originally from Brooklyn, the 130-year-old Peter Luger Steak House has announced the opening of its first-ever Japanese branch which will welcome customers at Ebisu Garden Place in Tokyo this September with its 3-storeys of red brick.

    Peter Luger is credited with spreading the mouth-watering wonder of dry-aged beef steak to the world which has made the restaurant’s name globally famous. The restaurant of course wields a Michelin Star and has been featured high on the Zagat Survey for over 30 years.

     

    The secret behind Peter Luger’s signature ingredient

    The restaurant’s beef fillet and New York strip are signature items on the menu, both of which are made from porterhouse steak. Their steak is also made from USDA Prime beef which is dry-aged by hand to intensify the flavour and aroma.

     

    The porterhouse is placed directly onto the broiler and seasoned solely with salt. The steak is flipped only once during the broiling process. A knob of melted butter is added to a serving platter and the steak is sliced atop it. It’s then placed back into the broiler for a few minutes depending on the doneness requested by the customer. It’s this process that gives Peter Luger’s steaks their deliciousness. 

     

    Brooklyn red brick building and theatre decor

    The Japanese branch takes inspiration from the Brooklyn restaurant with its red brick exterior.

    The first floor is home to the bar where customers can enjoy food and cocktails. There’s also a takeout shop with gifts and other items.

    The second floor is the spacious dining space which is home to Peter Ruger’s first-ever open kitchen. The third floor is another seating area with balcony-like seats so you can look out over the city.

     

    There are seven private dining rooms of varying sizes for those looking a little more intimacy and privacy. The restaurant’s lighting was also designed by a New York designer.

  • Umbrella Installation Decorates Cafe in Chiba

    28.April.2021 | FASHION / FOOD / SPOT

    This cafe will keep your dry while you enjoy your coffee as it brings together the Japanese rainwear brand Wpc. and community space Tsubakimori Komuna with the limited-time cafe Wrapping komuna ~blooming~ which is now running until the end of May.

     

    Tsubakimori Komuna first opened five years ago and recently received huge renovation work, reopening in January of this year. Wrapping komuna ~blooming~ sees the return of the colourful umbrella installation which was featured as part of its reopning.

    The theme of the installation is “blooming” and features six different colours of umbrella representing different drinks such as strawberry milk, ramune, and soda. The umbrellas twinkle as the light filters through the trees at different angles, creating a gorgeous atmosphere at the cafe which itself is built like a treehouse.

  • New Doraemon and Korosuke Dessert Gets Served at the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum

    28.April.2021 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    The Kawasaki-based Fujiko F. Fujio Museum, which is dedicated to the Japanese manga writing duo who created Doraemon, is now serving up its new Doraemon Korosuke Chiffon Sandwich which was added to the menu on Wednesday.

    Doraemon Korosuke Chiffon Sandwich | ¥1,280 (Tax Included)

    The new arrival sees Doraemon and Korosuke turned into chiffon sandwiches with the beloved blue robot cat made from chocolate and filled with banana cream and his friend filled with mango cream.

     

    Check out some of the other items available on the menu at the museum too.

    Doraemon Arrabbiata | ¥1,230 (Tax Included)

    French Toast de Anki Bread | ¥980 (Tax Included)

    Fork into the Doraemon Arrabbiata with tomato sauce and a Doraemon face made from egg sheets, or a French toast inspired by Doraemon’s Copying Tost, one of his many Secret Gadgets.

     

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  • Hoshino Resorts OMO3 Kyoto To-ji Opens For Business

    23.April.2021 | SPOT

    The all-new Hoshino Resorts OMO3 Kyoto To-ji hotel opened its doors on April 15, 2021, welcoming guests to the surrounding area home to To-ji, Kyoto’s famous Shingon Buddhist temple. The hotel’s concept is “The Heart’s Trip Through Time and Space,” and aims to showcase to guests the sights and wonders of the To-ji area. The temple itself, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just a 5-mintue walk from the hotel.

     

    To-ji has a long history dating back to 796 when it was founded. Its 1,200 year or so history has spanned multiple periods of Japanese history. In 823, the Emperor Saga honoured the Japanese monk Kukai and bestowed the temple to him. Kukai made To-ji the central seminary of esoteric Buddhism and built various buildings such as the pagoda and halls. Since then, To-ji has been the headquarters of this esoteric sect of Japanese Buddhism. It is a hot spot for tourists and a sight many have most likely seen when looking up must-visit locations around Kyoto.

    Inside the hotel

    A delightful assortment of menu items

    A stroll around To-ji

    National Treasure morning walk

    Two artworks: “Mandala Art” and “Hohoemi Wall”

    Sand table for writing characters

    Deepen your knowledge at the Shinbashira book table

    OMO Hotels introduce their guests to the local area’s secrets, allowing them to jump right in to all that’s on offer. It acts as a resort of sorts with the hotel at the centre and the local sights within walking distance. To enjoy all there is to see, OMO offers the Go-KINJO tour guide service which comes in two forms: Go-KINJO Map and Go-KINJO Activity. Both have guests led by an OMO Ranger who are experts in the area and will take guests to see various locations while providing commentary.

     

    On their tour, guests can learn all there is to know about the To-ji area, both past and present. That includes information about famous local stores not listed in guidebooks. It’s an opportunity to discover the true To-ji area from when the temple was built to today by actually walking around seeing the sights yourself.

  • Kyoto’s New Hotel Tou Opens For Business

    22.April.2021 | SPOT

    ‘hotel tou nishinotoin kyoto by withceed’ is a new hotel in Kyoto managed by Withceed Hospitality Management that held its grand opening on April 20, 2021.

    Located just a 10-minute walk from JR Kyoto Station, the hotel is situated between Nishi Hongan-ji and Higashi Hongan-ji, two temples and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The hotel’s concept is Oku (奥) which is Japanese for “deep,” “interior,” or being at the “heart” of something. Its aim is to offer guests a place to dive deep into Kyoto’s traditions and culture in a space that puts great focus on its interior design.


    The design is built around themes of ‘light and shadow,’ ‘distance,’ and ‘gloss’ which expresses the notion of depth. The lattice windows and sliding doors pour in natural light, and the single boulder makes one think of being in a garden. It’s a design to tickle the senses and imagination which in turn lets guests feel the depth of culture and being deep within the space.

    The hotel has its own cafe/bar fusion called ‘cafe&bar oku’ which serves food and drinks from a range of Kyoto restaurants and cafes such Kyoto-style meicha tea from Ippodo Chaho, a tea shop that first established back in 1717, as well as a traditional Japanese breakfast rice porridge called okaisan made using Hachidai Megihei rice, and more. Customers can also enjoy drinks from Allpress Espresso, a New Zealand speciality coffee roaster setting up shop in Japan for the first time.

  • GENDA SEGA Entertainment is set to open a themed cafe in collaboration with Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club on April 29, 2021.

     

    A completely original menu themed on the characters

    Fans can tuck into a very special menu inspired by the members of the Nijigasaki High School Idol Club with drinks, desserts, and food. The cafe will run over the course of three periods each of which will also include their own unique menu items.

    Drinks | ¥660 Each (Tax Included)

    Period ①: Hamburger Plate / Yaki Udon | ¥1,320 Each (Tax Included)

    Nikujaga Plate / Clam Chowder | ¥1,320 Each (Tax Included)

    Period ②: 1st Year Banana Parfait / 2nd Year Strawberry Parfait / 3rd Year Grape Parfait | ¥1,100 Each (Tax Included)

     

    Period ③ menu exclusives to be revealed

     

    Get some freebies simply by ordering

     

    Period ①: Drinks Coaster / Food Coaster / Parfait Costers

    Period ②: Drinks Coaster / Food Coaster / Parfait Costers

     

    Period ③ exclusive freebies to be revealed

     

    Character birthday cards

    Kanon Shibuya – May 1, 2021 / Sarah Kazuno – May 4, 2021

    Ai Miyashita – May 30, 2021 / Nozomi Tojo – June 9, 2021

    Mari Ohara – June 13, 2021

     

    Merchandise to add to your collection

     

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    Acrylic Stands | ¥1,320 Each (Tax Included)

    Art Panels | ¥660 Each (Tax Included)

     

    Releasing: May 15, 2021

    Chibi Key Rings | ¥770 Each (Tax Included)

     

    Bonus merch for every ¥2,000 spent

    Bromides | Available April 29, 2021 – May 14, 2021

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  • Enjoy a Healthy Junk Food Menu at Shibuya LOFT’s New Cafe 2foods

    21.April.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    Shibuya LOFT opened its new ‘2foods’ cafe on April 15 which serves junk food healthily.

     

    2foods uses absolutely no eggs or milk in their menu – everything is plant based and healthy, making it a haven for vegan foodies, especially in Japan where there aren’t as many vegan places as other countries. What’s better is that everything’s reasonably priced too. There are around 60 menu items to choose from, like curry and soba as well as desserts, organic coffees and lattes, cold pressed juice, and more.

    Artist’s rendition of the cafe

     

    Curry | ¥1,023 (Tax Included)

    A hearty and spicy curry served with brown rice which is better for digestion.

     

    Tantanmen Ramen | ¥968 (Tax Included) | Shibuya LOFT exclusive

    A ramen soup with 100% gluten free rice flour noodles, soy milk, sesame seeds, peanuts, soy meat, and other healthy and natural ingredients.

     

    Egg Doughnut Sandwich | ¥528 (Tax Included)

    A vegan egg sandwich that doesn’t use eggs but tastes just like them.

     

    Gateau Chocolate | ¥528 (Tax Included)

    A rich chocolate gateau made with brown rice powder and soy cream.

  • Experience a Hotel Camping Experience at Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto

    14.April.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto is collaborating outdoor recreation product brand Coleman to launch the Hotel Camp Buffet which will run from May 1 to August 31 at the hotel.

     

    Guests can enjoy a fusion of the hotel and camping experiences as Coleman provides their tents, tables, chairs, and other outdoor items to be used at Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto. The hotel chef, Honda, has also conceived a camp buffet for guests to enjoy at both lunchtime and dinnertime.

     

    The hotel is carrying out all necessary measures against COVID-19 including providing guests with a how-to breakdown at all tables, providing alcohol spray, mouth guards with the Coleman logo so guests can enjoy dining and talking, and more.

     

    Coleman x Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto Hotel Camp Buffet

    Individual Room Plan | Capacity: 4-6 People

    Enjoy a camping buffet with tents, chairs, and other camping goods provided by Coleman. Everything will already be set up for guests to enjoy.

     

     

    Lunch & Dinner Buffet Menus

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    ・Beef churrasco in black pepper

    ・Chicken paella

     

    Lunch

    ・Frankfurt and smoked berry ham

     

    Lunch & Dinner

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    ・Atlantic salmon wood plank grill

    ・Croque-madame style hot ham and cheese sandwich

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  • Akihabara’s premiere maid café chain “@home café” announced last month the opening of a permanent maid café themed on Sanrio’s popular character Pompompurin. The café is set to open along Harajuku’s famous Takeshita Street on April 14, 2021.

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    @home café has collaborated with many of Sanrio’s popular characters in the past at its Akihabara-based café branches such as Hello Kitty, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, and of course Pompompurin, but this time the collaboration is flying out of Akiba and straight into the heart of Japanese pop culture: Harajuku.

     

    This new Pompompurin Café is themed on Pompompurin throwing a party for everyone—that’s you and your friends. It’s a place for Purin to deliver happiness to all who visit in the form of cute and tasty food.

     

    Of course, the @home café maids will also be present, and all wearing original maid uniforms coloured like Pompompurin.

     

    A little look at some things on the menu

     

    The Food

     

    Soufflé Omurice | ¥1,450

    Butter Chicken Curry | ¥1,300

     

    The Desserts

     

    Pompompurin Pudding | ¥700

    Chocolate Banana Mountain Waffle | ¥1,200

     

    The Drinks

    Custard Pudding Latte | ¥850

    Muffin’s Caffe Mocha | ¥850

     

     

    Take a commemorative photo

    For just ¥550, you can take a chekki photo at the café. It comes with café-original stickers and paper. For an extra ¥300, you can take a photo with one of the maids.

     

    Pompompurin Birthday Party

     

    April 16 is Pompompurin’s birthday, so on that day the café will have a special dessert prepared (which you can see below) along with novelties for customers, new decorations, and more.

     

    Pompompurin’s Birthday Dessert

    Special Birthday Parfait | ¥1,700 | Serving: April 14, 2021 – April 30, 2021

     

    Birthday Novelty

    To commemorate Pompompurin’s birthday and the opening of the café, all visitors will receive the pin below for free.

     

     

     

    Pompompurin will visit the café

    On the evening on April 16, Pompompurin will visit the cafe for his birthday to celebrate with everyone. Details and bookings can be found here in Japanese.

  • Renai Mangaka Drama Series Gets Themed Cafe in Tokyo

    13.April.2021 | FOOD

    Fuji TV’s ongoing drama series Renai Mangaka opened a theme cafe in Ebisu on April 8 with dishes inspired by the series.

     

    The Menu

    Renai Pancakes | ¥1,892 (Tax Included)

    Renai Fondant Chocolate | ¥1,122 (Tax Included)

    Renai Lemon Sour | ¥660 (Tax Included)

    Renai Strawberry Milk | ¥990 (Tax Included)

    Renai Bread Gratin | ¥2,805 (Tax Included)

    Renai Bread Dessert | ¥990 (Tax Included)

    Renai Dessert Plate | ¥1,232 (Tax Included) | Available Early May 2021

    Renai Omurice | ¥1,452 (Tax Included) | Available Early May 2021

    The story of Renai Mangaka follows Karibe Seiichiro, a manga artist who’s not the best at socializing. He rarely goes outdoors and has a strange way of thinking. One day, he meets his late-brother’s former girlfriend Kuon Aiko, and asks her to be his pseudo-romance partner.

  • Mister Donut Japan Releases 2nd limited- edition Gion Tsujiri Matcha Doughnuts

    12.April.2021 | FOOD

    Mister Donut Japan released its new tasty collection of limited-edition doughnuts in collaboration with Gion Tsujiri, the famous tea shop in Kyoto from April 9. 

     

    The Line Up

     

    Fluffy Uji Matcha Mochi with Black Honey 

    Fluffy Uji Matcha Mochi with Soybean Whipped Cream 

    Fluffy Uji Matcha with Azuki Red Beans Mochi 

    Pon de Double Uji Matcha

    Pon de Double Uji Matcha with Black Honey Mochi

     

    Pon de Double Uji Matcha with Soybean Whipped Cream and Azuki Red Beans 

    Uji Matcha Chocolate, Azuki Red Beans and Rice Cake Balls Pie

     

    Special Edition: Mister Donut Voucher Card with Masaki Sudaミ

     

    The 1st edition of collection released on March 12 with the theme of colouration 

    that enhances the colour of matcha. The new edition launching this time was developed with the theme of Japanese ingredients such as black honey that brings harmony with matcha.  “Fluffy Uji Matcha” series consist of 3 flavours made of luxurious Kyoto Uji Matcha with fluffy donut which marks its first appearance of this year. “Fluffy Uji Matcha with Black Honey” is a glossy doughnut coated with matcha chocolate with black honey filling. A wide variety of doughnut featuring 7 combinations of matcha and Japanese ingredients are unbearably delicious and unmissable. 

     

    Mister Donut holds a promotional campaign in collaboration with the Japanese movie God of Kinema starring Masaki Suda, current image model of the brand. 

     

    During the campaign, follow Mister Donut’s official Twitter account and upload pictures of the collection with hashtag  “#ミスドでつや抹茶” and 428 lucky customers can win a voucher worth ¥500 with exclusive design features Masaki Suda.  Additionally, 67 lucky customers who have also participated in the 1st edition of Mister Donut ×Gion Tsujiri collection campaign previously can receive a voucher worth ¥2,000. 

     

    Enjoy popular limited-edition doughnuts with Gion Tsujiri until your heart’s content. 

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