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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  • Miffy Cookies Get Baked Up by Netherlands Confectionery Theo Blom at Dick Bruna TABLE

    14.January.2021 | FOOD

    The popular wine bar Dick Bruna TABLE, where customers can enjoy a glass of wine with a meal together with illustrations by Dick Bruna, the creator of Miffy, is now selling a batch of Miffy cookies created by the popular confectionery Theo Blom located in Utrecht, Netherlands.

    Miffy Cookies & Chocolate | ¥4,000 (Before Tax)

    Miffy Cookies | ¥4,000 (Before Tax)

    Utrecht is the birthplace of Miffy author and creator Dick Bruna, and Theo Blom is a place that Bruna himself actually often visited. The confectionery is known for its tins which can be reused after the contents are eaten. The cute Miffy tins are definitely keepers.

  • Handmade Double-Wall Miffy Glass Releases at Chiba LOFT in Japan

    28.November.2020 | FASHION

    GOODGLAS Japan is expanding its range of products at Chiba LOFT this Saturday (November 28) which includes the return of last year’s popular Miffy glass as well as a Christmas series.

     

    Glass products at GOODGLAS are all handmade and use the traditional glass blowing method. The company has released many different double-wall glass designs including Hello Kitty, shiba inu, and more.

     

    Miffy Glass at Chiba LOFT

    miffy ©Mercis bv | ¥3,900 (Before Tax)

    A Miffy glass made with traditional glass blowing that captures her adorably long ears, something which the company expressed was difficult to get right and took numerous trial and error attempts.

     

    Christmas season glasses

    Christmas Tree & Snowman | ¥6,500 (Before Tax)


    Rudolph | With Snow ¥3,300 (Before Tax), Without Snow ¥3,200 (Before Tax)

    For the Christmas series, GOODGLAS has crafted Christmastree, snowman, and Rudolph designs. The Rudolph glass is like a snow globe with snow in it.

     

    Gon, the Little Fox

    Gon, the Little Fox | ¥3,200 (Before Tax)

    This glass is inspired by Gon, the Little Fox, a Japanese children’s story. It was created in collaboration with Handa, the town where the story’s author Niimi Nankichi was worn and where he wrote the story.

     

    Year of the Ox

    GOODGLAS is also planning to release a cow-themed glass to represent the 2021 Year of the Ox.

  • Cute Miffy Travel Merchandise to be Sold at Pop-Up Store in Shibuya

    10.November.2020 | FASHION

    Pinkoi, the company that runs Asia’s biggest global e-commerce site of the same name, has announced a collaboration with Dick Bruna’s popular character Miffy, who is celebrating her 65th anniversary this year. A special pop-up store that will open up at Hotel Koe Tokyo from November 19 to December 6.

     

    Miffy fans can look forward to getting their hands on 180 different exclusive items made in collaboration with designers from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, and Japan

     

    Pinkoi x Miffy 〜TRAVEL with Miffy〜

    “TRAVEL with Miffy” is the name of the collaboration which features a collection of travel-themed Miffy goods.

     

    Merchandise (Sample)

    Re-Mask (Hong Kong) | Face Masks

    Face masks have become a normal part of everybody’s life this year as a result of the pandemic, so why not go for a cute design? These cotton masks were made by a face mask company in Hong Kong and come in a variety of colours such s white, pink, and navy.

    agooday (Taiwan) | Food Eco Bag

    An eco-bag perfect for taking to the supermarket when grocery shopping. The inside of the bag is made from vinyl so can be washed. Its small size also makes it conveniently compact for carrying around.

    一帆布包 (Taiwan) | Drink Holder

    This drink sleeve has a strap on it so you can carry around your hot or cold beverage like a handbag. These are made by a Taiwanese bag brand which has been going for over 30 years.

    pupupu (Japan) | Bags

    Cute bags with minimalist designs and made from warm and fluffy material perfect for the winter season. Miffy’s ears are actually the handles.

    寺沼麻美 (Japan) | Mobiles

    These cute Miffy mobiles are all handmade, with swaying stars and clouds to help you drift you off to sleep.

     

    Limited Edition Presents

    Stickers / Tote Bag / Handkerchief

    There’s also a selection of goodies visitors can get their hands on. If they post on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook using the hashtag #pinkoixmiffy while at the pop-up store they can get some Miffy stickers. If they spend over ¥8,000 they’ll get the tote bag. Pinkoi members will get one of four possible Miffy handkerchiefs.

     

    Special Website

    A special page for the pop-up store will open on Pinkoi’s official website on November 12 less than a week before the pop-up store opens so Miffy fans can order items online early.

  • KIDDYLAND Harajuku to Celebrate Miffy’s 65th Anniversary

    06.October.2020 | FASHION

    KIDDYLAND Harajuku, a fun and cheerful shopping centre in Harajuku, Tokyo, has announced that it is celebrating the 65th anniversary of Dick Bruna’s popular character Miffy from October 10 to March 19 with a different theme every month. Visitors can expect to get their hands on a range of merchandise, freebies, and more.

     

    CARROT

    Running from October 10, 2020

    A selection of autumn-coloured and carrot-themed Miffy merchandise will be sold. If you head on up to miffystyle on floor 4F of KIDDYLAND Harajuku right, and spend more than ¥1,000, you’ll also receive a special Miffy shopping bag completely free (available now). These are limited in stock though so you’ll want to get your paws on them quick!

     

    KIDDYLAND x miffystyle Christmas Fair 2020

    Running from November 7, 2020

    miffystyle and KIDDYLAND are hosting a Christmas fair this year themed on animals. A special range of merchandise with designs of Dick Bruna’s animals will be sold. Customers who spend over ¥1,000 at the fair will also receive a free shopping bag, and if they spend more than ¥2,000 some special pink wrapping paper. These are both limited in stock.

     

    A must-grab at the Christmas Fair


    Miffy GOODGLAS | ¥3,900 (Before Tax)

    One must-get item at the Christmas fair is the cute double-wall glass made by GOODGLAS. Perfect as a gift to yourself or someone else this Christmas. As you pour your drink into it, Miffy’s face will appear.

     

    Enjoy the autumn and winter this year with Miffy in Harajuku.

     

    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv,1953-2020 www.miffy.com

  • Enjoy Breakfast With a Feline Twist at eXcafe Gion in Kyoto Where They Serve Cat Shaped Toast

    06.October.2020 | FOOD

    eXcafe Gion, a cafe located near Kyoto’s popular tourist spot Yasaka Shrine, introduced its Mikeneko breakfast to the menu on Monday. The breakfast was first put on the menu at the Arashiyama branch of eXcafe.

    Gion is one of Kyoto’s biggest and most famous shopping districts. eXcafe Gion is located along Shinbashi-dori Street, which is listed as one of Japan’s Important Preservation Districts of Historic Buildings, making it within walking distance of many traditional places in Kyoto such as Yasaka Shrine, Hanamikoji Street, Shirakawa, Tatsumidaimyojin Shrine, and more.

    eXcafe Mikeneko Breakfast | ¥1,380 (Before Tax)

    eXcafe’s Mikeneko breakfast menu is made with the new thick-cut, three-coloured cat-shaped bread from the popular cafe Kyoto Neko Neko, which is made with three flavours: caramel, black cocoa, and plain. It comes with various toppings to choose from including anko red bean paste, butter, whipped cream, and fruit, so you can arrange your toast how you like it.

     

    The toast is served with mitarashi-dango for dessert which can be cooked on top of the little stove that you get.

     

    Enjoy a super cute breakfast meal at eXcafe and then a stroll around Gion when visiting Kyoto.

  • Cute Miffy Merchandise Inspired by Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki Released

    03.October.2020 | FASHION / SPOT

    Huis Ten Bosch, a theme park in Nagasaki which recreates the Netherlands with copies of Dutch-style buildings, is now selling a new line of Miffy merchandise in two different collections: “Kingdom Star Miffy” and “Kingdom Flower Miffy,” both of which are available until the end of December this year.

    Miffy’s simple yet colourful appearance has won him love the world over. Dick Bruna, the Dutch creator of Miffy, has his ties to Huis Ten Bosch back when the area was known as Nagasaki Holland Village, the former theme park.

    The Netherlands flag-holding Miffy is now an indispensable figure at Huis Ten Bosch.

     

    Kingdom Miffy arrives as a new line of Miffy merchandise with a kingdom theme to it with such motifs as castles and crowns. The original collection comes in cute pastel colours.

    The Kingdom Flower Miffy line-up features beautiful purples and pinks and is reminiscent of the tulips and roses planted at Huis Ten Bosch.

    Kingdom Star Miffy is coloured in yellow and orange and features star motifs. Miffy is also wearing a crown.

     

    The merchandise can be bought at Huis Ten Bosch’s Dick Bruna shop Nijntje, but the items are also available online for those unable to travel during the pandemic. The line-up includes everything from plush toys to pouches, stationery, and more.

    Kingdom Miffy Plushies

    Exclusive to Huis Ten Bosch, pick between the tulip Kingdom Flower Miffy or the crown-topped Kingdom Star Miffy.

    Kingdom Miffy Towels

    Made in Japan, these soft towels feature castle designs, with the Kingdom Flower towel in a cute pink colour and the Kingdom Star version dotted with stars.

    Kingdom Miffy Mugs

    The mugs, too, incorporate these designs. They are sold in special boxes.

     

    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv. 1953-2020 www.miffy.com

  • Miffy Fashion Project ‘Haikei, Dick Bruna’ Releases Autumn and Winter Collection

    02.October.2020 | FASHION

    “Haikei, Dick Bruna” (Dear Dick Bruna) is a fashion project that was launched to celebrate the 65th anniversary of Miffy, the popular character created by Dutch author and illustrator Dick Bruna.

    Following the success of the summer collection, the fashion line released the first of its new autumn and winter collection on September 25 which will be available until the end of November online at Meetscal and elsewhere.

     

    Autumn Season Collection

    ©Mercis by

     

    A one piece, tote bag, and other items inspired by the book Miffy at the Gallery.

    <Autumn> Painter One Piece | Red, Navy Blue, Beige | ¥16,000 (Before Tax)

    The Painter One Piece is inspired by Miffy’s dream to become an artist and painter when she visits the gallery. The item can be worn on the front or back as well as with the buttons undone to look stylish. There are big pockets on the left and right sides where you can stash your paint brushes. The tag has Miffy embroidered on it.

    <Autumn> Tote Bag | Brown, Navy Blue, Beige | ¥5,800 (Before Tax)

    This tote bag features an embroidery of Miffy looking at a picture at the gallery. On the back is the title of the book in Dutch. Making it from corduroy gives it that autumn vibe.

    <Autumn> Sweater | Navy Blue, Beige | ¥9,000 (Before Tax)

    The sweater also has Miffy looking at the gallery painting on it, while the back has a quote from the book in Dutch. The loose-fitting size makes it a silhouette that adults can enjoy.

     

    Winter Season Collection

    ©Mercis by

    A knitted one piece and other knitwear inspired by the book Miffy in the Snow.

    <Winter> Scarf (Brown/Navy) ¥8,900 | Mittens (Red/Navy) ¥6,200 | Beanie (Grey/Yellow/Navy) ¥5,800 (All Before Tax)

    A collection of must-have items for the winter season based on Miffy playing out on a snowy day.

    Spend your autumn and winter with Miffy this year and her cute new line of stylish attire.

     

    Illustrations Dick Bruna ©copyright Mercis bv, 1953-2020 www.miffy.com

  • Review: Miffy Café at Tokyo Solamachi®

    25.September.2020 | FEATURES / FOOD

    In commemoration of Miffy’s 65th anniversary, the new Miffy Café opened on the first floor of Tokyo Solamachi on September 11, 2020 and will remain open for a limited time. The café is also collaborating with Japanese illustrator Shogo Sekine.

    We visited the café to check out the themed menu, merchandise, and other fun things on show to see.

    Stepping into the café is like stepping into a picture book world. It’s really colourful in there. My mother read Miffy to me when I was a child, so I was hit with a real sense of nostalgia when I entered the café. No matter your age, you’re sure to enjoy your time there – that’s the kind of fun atmosphere they have created.

    Terrine-Style Open Miffy Sandwich | ¥1,499

     

    I ordered the terrine-style open Miffy sandwich and Miffy orange float from the themed menu.

    The open sandwich arrives in the shape of Miffy, so it almost seems a waste to eat, but it was really cute and delicious. Simply the best. It’s filled with potato salad, an avocado sauce, and salmon.

    Miffy Orange Float | ¥899

    The ice cream that tops the orange float is made to look like Miffy too!

    Snapping a photo while drinking the float is pretty Instagrammable, so it’s a must when visiting.

    All of the items on the menu have Miffy somewhere on them, meaning anything you order is guaranteed to be kawaii. They have takeout too, which is great if you don’t have much time to hang around or just don’t want to dine inside.

    Speaking of which, each table in the café is separated with an acrylic board to protect customers during the pandemic, and all of them have super cute designs. Another photo opportunity for sure!

    The café sells original merchandise too. The fashion items and illustrations with English on them were designed by popular Japanese illustrator Shogo Sekine. There’s a whole range of different goodies, from plush toys to fashion and more.

    Don’t you feel happy just looking at all these colours? You’ll find yourself spoilt for choice on what to buy.

     

    The Miffy Café is open until October 18. You can book a table too, so if you’re in Japan during this time, be sure to visit the café website below.

     

    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv, 1953-2020  www.miffy.com

     

    Model & Writer:Eri Tanioku

    Photo: Haruka Yamamoto

    Translator: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

  • Miffy Café Opening in Tokyo Solamachi to Celebrate Miffy’s 65th Anniversary

    03.September.2020 | FOOD

    In commemoration of Miffy’s 65th anniversary, the themed Miffy Café will open on the first floor of Tokyo Solamachi from September 11, 2020 for a limited time. The café will also see a collaboration with Japanese illustrator Shogo Sekine

    The cafe is being produced by LEGS COMPANY, LTD. and will feature a casual yet grown-up feminine design. The menu will serve a healthy lineup of Netherlands cuisine—in line with the heritage of Miffy’s Dutch creator Dick Bruna—and customers can get their hands on a selection of original Miffy merch.

     

    Food

    Terrine-Style Open Miffy Sandwich: ¥1,499

    A cute open sandwich made to look like Miffy and served with a side of potato salad and avocado dip sauce, both of which go well with the salmon.

    Stammpot Salad Plate: ¥1,499 | With Plate ¥2,499 *From September 19

    Inspired by the traditional Dutch dish of stammpot, this plate is topped with sausages, salad, and a gravy sauce to mix.

    Balloon Pannenkoek Pancakes: ¥1,599

    Pannenkoek pancakes are a staple of the Dutch cuisine. These Miffy versions are topped with balloon-shaped mini tomatoes, eggs, and blueberries.

     

    Desserts

    Miffy & Giant Tree Mousse Cake: ¥1,299

    Miffy is made from sponge cake and mousse, while the giant tree is a tower of cotton candy, granola, and assorted fruits.

    Carrot Dessert Plate: ¥1,299 | With Plate ¥2,299 *From September 19

    Served on a café-original plate, this dessert features a cream puff made to look like a carrot. It’s served with a dollop of vanilla ice cream and an assortment of fruits.

    Miffy Colourful Oat Milk Bowl: ¥1,299

    A colourful serving made using fibre-loaded and low-calorie oat milk and a bunch of different fruits.

     

    Drinks

    Miffy’s Orange Float: ¥899

    Made using orange and Grenadine syrup and topped with a Miffy lemon sherbet.

     

    Takeout

    Carrot Cream Puff: ¥899

    The same cream puff made to look like a carrot is available as a separate takeout option.

    Acrylic Key Rings (6 Designs): ¥650 Each / Acrylic Magnets (8 Designs): ¥600 Each (All Before Tax)

    Plush Toys (Floral/Blue): ¥3,000 Each

    The stylish original and exclusive merchandise was made in collaboration with popular Japanese illustrator Shogo Sekine.

     

    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv, 1953-2020  www.miffy.com

  • Miffy Merchandise and More Arrives at Dick Bruna TABLE’s Limited Time Store

    21.August.2020 | FASHION / FOOD

    Felissimo opened a limited-time store at Dick Bruna TABLE in Kobe on August 11 selling merchandise themed around the characters of Dick Bruna, author and artist best known for creating Miffy. The store will be open until August 30.

    The merchandise line-up includes Dick Bruna TABLE original items, miscellaneous goods in the Black Bear series, a range of items from Felissimo’s online store, and more. Additionally, reservations for Dick Bruna TABLE’s cafe and wine bar have been extended until October 31, 2020.

    Shop Original Tote Bag (White/Grey) | ¥2,600 Each (Before Tax)


    Miffy Sugat | ¥1,080 (Before Tax)


    Black Bear Case | ¥2,500 (Before Tax)

    A Miffy exhibition is also taking place at Daimaru Kobe Store near Dick Bruna TABLE to celebrate the 65th anniversary of Miffy.

    65th Anniversary Miffy Cosmetic Pouch (Monster) | ¥2,300 (Before Tax)

    65th Anniversary Miffy Pakapaka Pouch | ¥2,500 (Before Tax) *Only 650 available

    Felissimo is also collaborating with the exhibition to sell various items too, such as the monster cosmetic pouch and the Pakapaka pouch of which only 650 will be sold, each with its own unique serial number.

     

    There are Miffy birthday cards at the exhibition. If you write one to Miffy and send it off, you’ll get a complementary thank you card from Miffy the following day.

     

  • Japan’s Oldest 12th Century Manga ‘Choju Giga’ Collaborates With Miffy

    18.August.2020 | FASHION

    Japanese online shop Perfect World Tokyo is now selling a selection of merchandise made in collaboration with Miffy and Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga (Scrolls of Frolicking Animals), a famous set of 12th century picture scrolls which are considered to be the world’s first manga.

    Miffy x Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga

    The merchandise collection was teased on Twitter before its official release which excited Miffy fans. Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga was created sometime between the Heian Period and early Kamakura Period in Japan.

    This is an unprecedented and unique collaboration and for sure a must-grab. They’re even selling eco-bags.

  • Tokyo Neko Neko: Cat Shaped Desserts and Pastries Served at Ginza’s New Bakery

    28.July.2020 | FOOD

    ALL HEARTS COMPANY, a Japanese company that develops bakeries and patisseries across Japan, opened its new bakery and confectionery shop Tokyo Neko Neko in Ginza, Tokyo on July 22, 2020. The shop has replaced Heart Bread ANTIQUE, another bakery also run by ALL HEARTS COMPANY, which was previously at this location.

    At Tokyo Neko Neko, they are serving cat-shaped pastries and desserts including Tokyo-exclusive products from their Neko Neko Bread brand and Neko Neko Cheesecake shop. This is the second branch to open following the opening of Kyoto Neko Neko last month.

     

    A stylish bakery


    Tokyo Neko Neko’s pastries and interior design takes on a completely different look from Kyoto Neko Neko, with the walls acting as a canvas to display their food like an art museum. The bakery’s line-up centres on seeing as well as eating, adding an extra level of deliciousness to the products. If you’ve visiting Tokyo, you don’t want to pass up on the opportunity to visit Tokyo Neko Neko.

     

    Tokyo Neko Neko Bread

    Tokyo Neko Neko’s cat-shaped bread is palm-sized and so is a perfect gift and takeaway snack. The outside is crunchy while the middle is kept nice and moist. The secret behind the bread’s tastiness is the use of fermented butter which they get from France. The use of lots of almond cream adds a tasty kick too.

    Tokyo Neko Neko Bread – Plain: ¥1,000 (Before Tax)

    Made using croissant pastry and loaded with fermented butter.

    Tokyo Neko Neko Bread – Caramel Almond: ¥1,200 (Before Tax)

    Caramel almonds and almond slices are added to this version, also made with lots of fermented butter.

    Tokyo Neko Neko Bread – Praline Rose: ¥1,200 (Before Tax)

    This flvour is filled with praline rose, a traditional French confection of caramelised sugar-coated almonds.

     

    Tokyo Neko Neko has lots of other tasty foods to offer too, like their Neko Neko Cheesecake, Neko Neko Butter Sandwiches, and more.

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