Miffy Sakura Kitchen Opens Second Shop with Bakery in Yufuin

15.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

Miffy Sakura Kitchen, Arashiyama, Kyoto will open a forest-themed shop with an adjoined bakery in Yufuin, Oita on October 31, 2019.

As you enter the new shop, you will be immersed in its happy, warm and comforting atmosphere. Miffy Sakura Kitchen is popular for its Japanese-style kitchenware and miscellaneous goods which cannot be found anywhere else in Japan. The shop will also have an adjoining bakery area called Miffy Mori no Bakery, where customers order their favourite treats to take out. This includes the popular anpan bun, which is a bun containing sweet red bean paste. There will also be character-themed baked goods, soft serve ice cream, drinks and much more. 

You can order your delicious baked goods to go so you can explore the beautiful area of Yufuin, or you can choose to eat inside the bakery’s beautiful and photogenic eating area. 

 

Miffy’s good pal Boris will also be making an appearance at the brand new shop. His design will decorate some of the Miffy Sakura Kitchen-limited kitchenware and even some of the baked goods in the bakery. 

 

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  • 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

  • Miffy Sakura Kitchen Pastry Takeout Shop to Open in Kyoto

    23.June.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

    Miffy Sakura Kitchen is Japan’s first bread takeout shop to combine the traditional Japanese aesthetic with Miffy. The shop will open in Arashiyama, Kyoto on October 3.

     

    Arashiyama is a huge tourist destination and one of Kyoto’s most famous. The shop faces the main roads that run through Arashiyama, from Togetsukyo Bridge to the Bamboo Forest, making it an easily accessible location.

     

    Miffy’s kitchen will sell items in collaboration with traditional Kyoto handicrafts and Kiyomizu pottery as well as a range of traditional miscellaneous goods. Everything there is Miffy licensed merchandise. There’s also the Miffy Sakura Bakery where you’ll be able to get your hands on kawaii Miffy themed pastries, Danish pastries, soft serve ice cream, drinks and more.

    If you’re a Miffy fan then be sure to hit the Miffy Sakura Kitchen & Bakery in Kyoto later this year.

     

    ■Information

    Miffy Sakura Kitchen – Arashiyama

    Address: 20-27 Sagatenryuji Kitatsukurimichicho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Prefecture

    Opening Day: October 3, 2018

    Opening Hours:

    Miffy Sakura Kitchen – 10am-6pm (subject to change)

    Miffy Sakura Bakery – 10am-5:30pm (subject to change)

    No Fixed Holidays.

    Miffy Sakura Kitchen Website: http://www.miffy-sakurakitchen.jp (*Will open at the beginning of October)

    Miffy English Website: https://www.miffy.com/

    Miffy Japanese Website: http://www.dickbruna.jp/

     

  • 2019 Top 10 Souvenirs Available at Daimaru Department Store, Tokyo

    27.July.2019 | FOOD

    Looking for some delicious, well presented Japanese souvenirs? Head to Daimaru department store which is adjoined to Tokyo Station. On the first floor and basement floor lies a Japanese-style desserts and sweets area which contains approximately 70 delicious brands. Every day, approximately 30,000 desserts are sold to customers who are looking for souvenirs to bring to their family and friends. 

    Now we have arrived at the summer holidays, there are many tourists who will soon reach the stage of panic where they are unsure of what souvenirs to bring back to their loved ones. Luckily, Daimaru Department store is a goldmine of beautifully presented Japanese-style sweet snacks made by top brands. Today, we present you with a list of the 10 fastest-selling souvenirs that were sold from July 2018 to June 2019. There is still plenty of time to get your hands on these souvenirs!

     

    1st Place: N.Y.C. SAND: Caramel Sandwich Biscuits (box of 8) ¥1,080 (1st floor)

     As you take a bite, you will notice that the biscuit, chocolate and caramel will balance in perfect harmony just for a brief glorious moment. 

    2nd place: Fukusaya: Fukusaya Cube (Cut into two) ¥270 (1st floor)

    Have a small slice of luxury with this traditional recipe castella sponge cake which was specially made by experienced bakers. This is presented in a small, cute box. 

     

    3rd place: Kamakura Toshimaya: Hato Sable (box of 10) ¥1,080 (1st floor)

    This is a crispy dove-shaped shortbread biscuit which has a rich buttery flavour. This was first produced in the early 1900’s during the Meiji period and is a souvenir limited to Tokyo.

     

    4th place: Asakusa Mangando: Imokin ¥129 each (1st floor)

    This baked treat is packed with the delicious flavour of sweet potatoes. The freshly baked scent is enough to draw you in. 

    5th place: TOKYO BANANA STUDIO: Panda Banana Yoghurt (Box of 4) ¥515 (1st/basement floor) 

    Children would just love to see the cute panda design. Wrap yourself in the mild banana yoghurt-flavoured cream.

    6th place: Noix: Walnut cookie (Box of 4) ¥648 (1st floor)

    This crunchy cookie is topped with a generous amount of caramelised walnuts.

     

    7th place: Nenrinya: Mount Baum Shikkarime ¥756 (1st floor)

    The outside of this baumkuchen is fragrant and crispy whilst the inside is soft and spongy. Take a bite to experience the wonderful texture of this European-style baked good. 

    8th place: Azabujuban Agemochi-ya: Panchetta Agemochi (40g) ¥442 (1st floor)

    The flavour of this baked mochi dough is like eating bacon cooked in an Italian style. This new flavour is a wonderful discovery that you should also try.

    9th place: Sugar Butter Tree: SUGAR BUTTER SAND TREE (Box of 10) ¥690 (1st floor)

    The crispy biscuit and melty white chocolate is a sublime combination that you will want to try again and again.

    10th place:  Kanou Shoujuan: Ikkoten ¥270 each (1st floor)

    A whole Japanese chestnut is smothered in a thick layer of Tamba Dainagon adzuki bean mix that is simmered lightly. This is especially delicious when eaten with tea. 

     

    What do you think? When in desperate need of a souvenir for your family, friends or work colleagues back home, how about choosing one of the souvenirs listed above?

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  • Kaori’s Easy Recipe: Learn to Make Miffy Parfait Using Tofu!

    08.September.2021 | FEATURES / FOOD

    With just a small bit of ingenuity, turn everyday food into something cute using Kaori’s Easy Recipe! With a few simple ideas, an ordinary recipe magically transforms into a cute dish.

     

    In this recipe, I’ll show you how to make an adorable Miffy Parfait using tofu shiratama!

     

    Tofu shiratama can be frozen without hardening, so it’s great to use for cooking as well as making sweets.

     

     

    Ingredients

    250g refined rice flour

    300g silken tofu

    ✩ This is about 1 bag of refined rice flour and 1 piece of silken tofu.

    Canned fruit or fruit of your choice

     

     

    Put the refined rice flour and silken tofu into a bowl and mix well.

    ⚠️ Do not drain the tofu!

    Don’t add water, just these two ingredients.

     

    ✩I knead all ingredients and then freeze it.

    Feel free to freeze it as dough, or boil it first.

    You can put them in Tupperware and store them in water in the refrigerator for a day or two. Don’t worry, they won’t harden!

     

    Add the coloring.

    Take a little bit of food coloring and add as you like.

    Here, I’m adding the yellow that will be the center of the flower.

     

     

    After mixing the dough, place it on parchment paper and put it in the freezer for about 30 minutes.

    You can shape it before placing it in the freezer, but chilling it will make it easier to work with.

     

    Cut out Miffy and her flowers.

    Place the yellow-colored piece into the middle of the flower.

    Roll the rest of the shiratama into balls.

     

     

    Boil the shaped shiratama while on the baking sheet.

    Boil the round shiratama as well. When they float to the top, place them in cool water.

     

     

    Place the shaped shiratama on parchment paper or plastic wrap and let dry briefly before adding decoration.

     

     

    Mix black cocoa with a little water, and using the mixture, draw Miffy’s face.

     

     

     

    Place the flowers and shiratama balls inside the glass, follow up with your favorite fruits!

    (If using canned fruit, feel free to add the syrup as well!)

     

    I hope you enjoy decorating this colorful dish!

     

     

    Kaori Kubota(@kaopan27

    I live in Hokkaido and I love to make character themed foods, desserts and pastries♡

    I want to see my family smile, so I enjoy putting in a bit of effort to make character foods and changing food into something cute♡

    You can see more of my character foods and character bento boxes on my Instagram page → @kaopan72

  • Workshop in Kichijoji Opens to Celebrate Miffy’s 65th Birthday

    14.August.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    In conjunction with the 65th Anniversary Miffy Exhibition currently being held at the PLAY! MUSEUM in Tachikawa, a special silkscreen workshop is coming only to PLAY! KICHIJOJI! The event, called A Little Kindness in Kichijoji, is currently open for reservations, and will be open each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until September 5, 2021. 

     

    Dick Bruna, the creator of Miffy, often created posters using silk-screening. At the workshop, guests can choose from three different patterns and print their choice on either their own cloth and paper products, or on PLAY! goods. Each Sunday, illustrations from the book Miffy in the Snow can be printed on craft paper multiple times, eventually creating a colored Miffy! During the workshop, guests are asked to try making their own original goods using this time-honored silk-screen technique. No cheating!

     

     

    At the venue, visitors can take their time reading stories from reporter Shunji Morimoto, who interviewed Bruma countless times. Each tale from his book A Little Kindness: 66 Stories will be available to browse and buy, along with a slide show of Miffy photographs taken by photographer Kotori Kawashima. Various original goods will also be on sale, so keep an eye out!

     

    Won’t you come celebrate our favorite bunny’s birthday?

    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv,1953-2021  www.miffy.com

     

  • Miffy x studio CLIP Merchandise Collection Revealed

    29.July.2021 | FASHION / FOOD

    Lifestyle brand ‘studio CLIP’ is collaborating with children’s author Dick Bruna’s popular character Miff with a cute merchandise collection that’s set to drop at all studio CLIP branches in Japan and the online webstore .st on August 1.

     

    The Line-Up

     

     

    Limited-edition shopping bags

     

     

    Fruit Soda & Soft Serve Ice Cream Parfait

    studio CLIP collaborates with Miffy every year, and this year is no different, with a special line-up of character goods themed on friends and family. Boris makes an appearance this time too. Items include hand gel holders, vinyl umbrellas, tote bags, and more. There’s also exclusive shopping bags for Miffy fans who buy any of the collab merch, as well as themed drinks and desserts at studio CLIP CAFE.

  • Popular Miffy themed double wall glass is back on sale!

    18.June.2021 | FASHION

    The new Miffy themed double-wall glass, which was released in November last year and sold out only in one day is back with new designs including standard design from previous collection. 

     

    Double-wall Miffy Glass

    miffy style Surprised 

    miffy style Sleeping

    miffy style Tears 

    miffy style Standard

     

    Don’t miss out the must-have Miffy themed adorable double wall glass!

     

    ©Mercis bv

  • Kumamon Promotes Strawberry and Whipped Cream Pastry For Pasco Kumamoto Project

    07.June.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    The Pasco Kumamoto Prefecture Project is a collaboration between the Japanese pastry company Pasco and Kumamoto Prefecture which has appointed Kumamon, the mascot of Kumamoto, as its head to promote local foods.

     

    The project was started as a reconstruction and restoration effort to help support Kumamoto after the devastating earthquake that struck in 2016 and the 2018 Japan floods. For every select product sold, 0.5 yen is donated to the relief effort to aid victims of the disasters.

    The Pasco Kumamoto Prefecture Project is set to run until end end of September this year. It released two items on April 1 as part of the project. It is now releasing two new products: the “Strawberry Jam & Milk Whipped Cream” pastry and “Pancake Omelette Custard & Milk Whipped Cream.” The milk, strawberries, and eggs used for these confections are all sourced from Kumamoto

    The pastry recipe creates whipped cream from milk and layers it with a strawberry jam made from yuubeni, a popular brand of strawberry grown in Kumamoto, before baking. The pancake omelette is a combination of Jersey milk, eggs, and custard cream to create a fluffy dessert.

     

    Pasco carefully selects ingredients as part of Kumamon’s promotional products

    The ingredients used in the recipes for these food products are all carefully selected to go deliciously well with Pasco’s bread. This includes milk, eggs, and yuubeni strawberries. Pasco plans to used Kumamoto-grown rice for a new product in August.

     

    Scan the code on the packaging and meet Kumamon!

    A special Kumamon AR service has also been created as part of the project. If you scan the code on the packaging of these products using a smart device, you can take a photo together with Kumamon as pictured above. He has the same design as on the packets.

  • Neko Neko Shokupan x Samansa Mos2 Clothing Collaboration Released

    24.May.2021 | FASHION / FOOD

    Fashion brand Samansa Mos2 joined paws with the cat-themed bread and pastry store Neko Neko Shokupan to release their first collection together at Samansa Mos2 stores and the online store CAN ONLINE SHOP on May 14.

     

    The Line-Up

     

    Half-Sleeve Photo Print T-Shirts
    Colours: Off-White/Unbleached/Beige
    Price: ¥3,190 (Tax Included)

    Half-Sleeve Monogram Print T-Shirts
    Colours: Off-White/Yellow/Brown
    Price: ¥3,190 (Tax Included)

    Half-Sleeve Back Print T-Shirts
    Colours: Off-White/Yellow/Brown
    Price: ¥3,190 (Tax Included)

     

    Back print tee design

    Shokupan Print Hoodie
    Colours: Beige/Khaki
    Price: ¥4,290 (Tax Included)

     

    Kid’s Line

    Photo Print T-Shirt
    Colours: Off-White/Yellow
    Price: ¥2,530 (Tax Included)

     

    French Flare T-Shirts
    Colours: Beige/Khaki
    Price: ¥2,530 (Tax Included)

     

     

     

    Miscellaneous

     

    Embroidered Canvas Tote Bag
    Colours: Unbleached/Beige
    Price: ¥3,850 (Tax Included)

     

    Handkerchief
    Colours: Beige/Purple
    Price: ¥660 (Tax Included)

     

    Reversible Shoulder Pouch
    Colours: Beige/Khaki
    Price: ¥3,190 (Tax Included)

     

    Bottle Holder
    Colours: Beige/Khaki
    Price: ¥2,750 (Tax Included)

     

    Mobile Ring Holder
    Colours: Beige/Grey
    Price: ¥1,650 (Tax Included)

     

     

     

    Neko Neko Shokupan are known for their rich and milky cat-shaped bread which uses milk and zero water. They’re a hugely popular bakery brand who often find themselves across social media pages including Instagram. This marks their first collaboration with Samansa Mos2 who celebrate their 35th anniversary this year.



    The collection features key visuals taken from the Neko Neko Shokupan brand. Items include a variety of tees and hoodies as well as other miscellaneous must-grabs like tote bags, handkerchiefs, bottle holders, and more. There’s even a children’s line-up as part of Samansa Mos2’s kid brand Samansa Mos2 Lagom so parents and their children can coordinate cute matching outfits.



    Look felinely-fashionable this summer with the Samana Mos2 x Neko Neko Shokupan collection.

     

  • Miffy Eco Bag Series Features Simple and Stylish Dull Colour Line-Up

    20.May.2021 | FASHION

    The online Japanese shop CONCIERGE NET is now taking orders for its new “Dick Bruna” collectors series of Miffy eco bags. Released on Friday, these simple yet stylish bags come in dull colours. They are lightweight, can be used as a secondary bag at work or outdoors, and are eco-friendly. There’s a matching pouch for each one too to complete the collection. 

     

     

    The Line-Up

     

    Collectors Sack

    Brown

    Pink

    Mint

    Blue

    The bag can be wrapped up

     

     

     

    Collectors Pouches

     

     

     

    The pouches are a compact and convenient A4 size and match with their corresponding tote bags. The bags also come with a cute ribbon which can be used to tie them up smaller for storing at home or in your main bag. Each is also fitted with a loophole which you can attach keyrings and charms to. The straps are nice and long so fit over the shoulder comfortably.

     

    Get your own cute Miffy tote bag with this new series.

  • Miffy x Tabio Sock Collection to Release in Super Cute Designs

    15.May.2021 | FASHION

    Japanese sock company Tabio is set to release a cute sock collection in collaboration with Miffy on May 17.

     

    The Line-Up

    Miffy Short Socks | 3 Colours | ¥1,430 (Tax Included)

    Miffy Embroidered Socks | (2 Colours) | Women’s ¥1,430, Children’s ¥1,210 (Tax Included)

    Miffy Short Socks | 3 Colours | ¥1,430 (Tax Included)

    Miffy Embroidered Socks | (2 Colours) | Women’s ¥1,430, Children’s ¥1,210 (Tax Included)

     

    Limited-Edition Novelty


    The sock collection arrives with four different sock models featuring adorable Miffy designs. Those who spend over ¥3,300 on the collection will also receive a free Miffy memo pad.

  • Miffy Plushies by BON TON TOYS Release in Japan-Exclusive and New Colours

    28.April.2021 | FASHION

    BON TON TOYS released three new coloured Miffy plush toys as part of its Miffy Corduroy Collection, one of which is exclusive to Japan, on April 28. All 15 of the new toys are available at all interior and lifestyle shops and online at marcs STORE in Japan.

    Light Stone (Japan Exclusive)

    Light Stone

    Buttercream

    Pumpkin

    BON TON TOYS is a Dutch toymaker established in 1933. The brand is focused on helping to create a more sustainable world and protecting the environment for the future of children.

     

    The Miffy Corduroy Collection is one of BON TON TOYS’ most popular in the Netherlands too. The new colours include Light Stone, which is available only in Japan, and Buttercream and Pumpkin, both of which remind one of gentle springs. The line-up also includes key chains which are just 10cm in size and serve as trusty companions on your bag or elsewhere.

  • Over 1,000 Pieces of Miffy Merchandise Arrives at SOGO Omiya

    27.April.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    SOGO Omiya Store in Saitama is currently holding the Miffy zakka Festa, an event centred on the cute character Miffy which is running until May 5. Over 1,000 items are available to buy including exclusive merchandise, bonuses on certain purchases, a special photo spot where visitors can snap a picture against a wall covered in Miffy art, and more.

    A4 Folder | ¥495 (Tax Included)

    Slim Pouch | ¥990 (Tax Included)

     

    Acrylic Clock | ¥6,050 (Tax Included)

    Soft Mascots | ¥330 Each (Tax Included)

    Orange Earl Grey Tea | ¥1,100 (Tax Included)

     

    Bonus Item

    For every ¥3,300 spent on anything in the merch line-up, customers will receive the above-pictured four pieces of A4 wrapping paper.

     

    Miffy Wall Photo Spot

    Take a commemorative picture with Miffy at the designated wall photo spot.

     

    If you love all things kawaii, the Miffy zakka Festa is a must-visit this spring for stocking up on your collection.

  • Chibi Maruko-chan Meets Miffy in Cute Merchandise Collaboration

    16.April.2021 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    The beloved Chibi Maruko-chan from the manga of the same name is joining hands (or paws) with the Dutch children’s book character Miffy at the upcoming Maruko Meets Miffy fair that will be held at 16 branches of Miffy Style and 19 branches of KIDDYLAND in Japan for the whole month of May.

    The creator and author of Miffy, Dick Bruna, was actually a friend of Momoko Sakura, the creator and author of Maruko-chan. They first met in 1999 when Sakura visited Dick Bruna’s atrium in Utrecht for an interview on her book Fujisan. 20 years later, their works come together at this special event that pays homage to their meeting and works.

     

    Over 100 pieces of merchandise will be sold at the event, from stationery to gadgets, plush toys, and more. The exclusive cute artwork designed for the event is also sure to make fans feel warm and fluffy inside.

     

    A small look at just some of the items on sale

    <Clockwise> Socks ¥418 / Small Clear Case ¥748 / Memo Pad ¥495 / Mirror ¥1,485 / Blue Key Ring ¥528 / Yellow Key Ring ¥528/ Flat Pouch ¥1,320

    <Clockwise> Square Glass Phone Case ¥3,168 / Plushie ¥3,850 / Wireless Charger ¥3,278 / Mechanical Pencil & Two-Colour Ballpoint Pen ¥550 / AirPods Pro ¥2,178 / Mascot Key Ring ¥1,980 / 4000mAh Lithium Ion Polymer ¥4,378

    <Clockwise> Mug ¥1,650 / 5.5 Inch Plate ¥1,100 / 8.5 Inch Plate ¥1,760 / Bowl ¥1,210

     

    Get a free bonus item

    Fans who spend over ¥2,000 (tax included) on any of the Maruko Meets Miffy merchandise will receive this free mini notebook too!

  • The Little BAKERY Tokyo Revamps and Reopens With New Eat-In Area

    26.March.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    The beloved takeout bakery The Little BAKERY Tokyo, which is just down the road from another of Harajuku’s popular eateries THE GREAT BURGER, has undergone refurbishment to add a brand new eat-in space. The site reopened on March 22 as a bakery and cafe.

     

    A tasty new eat-in menu

    Crushed Avocado Toast | ¥1,250 (Before Tax)

    Homemade Maple Granola | ¥1,350 (Before Tax)

    New York Pizza (Pepperoni Slice) | ¥1,000 (Before Tax)

    Classic Ham, Egg, & Cheddar Cheese Sandwich | ¥1,500 (Before Tax)

    Apple Gorgonzola Cheddar Cheese Sandwich | ¥1,450 (Before Tax)

     

    Bread loaves and takeout goodies

    Red Bean Paste & Butter Ball | ¥420

    Hokkaido Yotsuha Butter Croissaint | ¥260

    Custard Pudding | ¥550

    Hokkaido Brioche Loaf – Whole ¥580, Half ¥320 / Hokkaido Whole Wheat Loaf – Whole ¥560, Half ¥300 / Hokkaido Milk Loaf – Whole ¥580, Half ¥320 (Before Tax)

    The new eat-in menu features a range of irresistibles like vegan-friendly avocado toast, homemade granola topped with fresh fruits and Greek yogurt, a selection of sandwiches made with homemade brioche toast, New York-style, pizza, and more.

     

    Takeout options includes all the classics like bread loaves, sweet custard pudding, soft and crispy croissants, and so on.

    There are around 30 baked delights to pick from at The Little BAKERY Tokyo all of which are made using flour from Hokkaido and natural yeast. All items on the menu are made fresh in-house every day, all ingredients from the salt and sugar to the eggs and more are domestic, and all ingredients are sourced sustainably and locally. The bakery also caters to all needs from those with food restrictions and allergies as well as a fantastic vegan menu which replaces animal products like eggs and butter with soy milk and grapeseed oil.

     

    They even sell American-style doughnuts from the doughnut brand GOOD TOWN DOUGHNUTS who are inspired by doughnuts from Brooklyn. There’s around 20-30 to choose from, all colourful and all used with natural ingredients like fruit – none of the bad additives. Of course, there’s vegan doughnuts too, so if you’re struggling to find vegan food in Tokyo, you know where to go.

    One worry in the bakery industry is that of leftover stock. But The Little BAKERY Tokyo has a solution for that: by wrapping up their pastries and baked foods and selling them as ‘DAY OLD BREAD’ on their online shop so nothing goes to waste, something which has received huge praise from people across Japan.

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