Experience the Heart of the Japanese Tea Ceremony This Autumn in Ginza

22.September.2019 | FOOD

In line with the annual autumn event Ginchakai―which is held in Ginza and brings together multiple schools of tea in Japan for an open-air tea ceremony―Tokyu Plaza Ginza is hosting an event themed on the heart of the Japanese tea ceremony.

 

This special event will serve Japanese omotenashi, or “hospitality,” thorough various exhibits including a co-project with Tokyo University of the Arts, an exhibition by one of Japan’s leading confectionery companies Toraya Confectionery, and more.

The co-project with Tokyo University of the Arts will feature installations produced by the university that is centred on calligraphy drawn by Japanese calligrapher Shoko Kanazawa, who performs both in Japan and overseas, and the tea ceremony. There will also be several tokonoma alcoves around the event which will be like miniature gardens where one can enjoy the beauties of nature. There will even be covers of famous songs about autumn on October 27 at the KIRIKO TERRANCE on the roof.

Up in the KIRIKO LOUNGE on the 6th floor, Toraya will serve up a selection of traditional Japanese confections, including those that had already been created by the end of the Edo period. You can order a set of two confections and a drink. Sweets include the Kiren Kaki, which is made to look like a Japanese permission, and the Kuri Goyomi, which is made with chestnuts, sugar, and agar-agar.

Soak up the enchanting nostalgia of autumn while enjoying the Japanese tea ceremony at Tokyu Plaza Ginza.

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  • Winter is Coming But Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo’s Yuzu Lemon Afternoon Tea Will Warm You Up

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    You’ll see yuzu and lemons throughout the year, but it is said that winter is the best season to enjoy them. Both lemons and yuzu are said to have a relaxation effect, and so Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo will beckon guests through its cosy doors with the afternoon tea set’s refreshing citrus fragrance, inviting them to an early wonderful winter at the beginning of November.

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  • Kusatsu Onsen’s Emerald Green Pudding is a Must-Try After a Dip in the Hot Springs

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    Kusatsu Onsen is a hot spring resort in Gunma Prefecture that is one of Japan’s three principle hot spring locations. The site opened its new Japanese custard dessert (known as ‘purin’) shop, Kusatsu Onsen Pudding, on August 24, which serves the most incredibly smooth purin you have ever tried, each inspired by the hot springs.

     

    Once you’ve stepped out of the nice warm hot springs of Kusatsu Onsen you can refresh yourself with a delicious purin packed full of love from the shop which has created a flavour you can only try by travelling to Gunma and going there. Each and every dessert is made fresh in the shop to further elevate its exclusivity as a local speciality.

     

    Kusatsu Onsen Pudding also makes sure to use local and regional ingredients where it can to help support manufacturers and producers. Their purin is also made with a special type of milk sourced from in Gunma known as Haruna milk. The milk is made as delicious as can be by ensuring cows are raised on a healthy natural diet of grass on green pastures in Gunma bathed in plenty of sunlight.

    Yuhata Purin

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    Yumomi Purin

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    Furomage

    A pun on the word fromage, with furo in Japanese meaning “bath,” the Furomage purin uses a rich cream cheese base which has a seriously smooth texture. It’s topped off with strawberry jelly for the perfect combination, packing a perfect balance between sweet and sour.

    Yuhata Soft (Milk/Yuhata/Mixed)

    Choose from the Yuhata soft serve ice cream which is ramune flavoured and inspired by the flowing water of the hot springs or the Haruna milk-mixed vanilla flavoured Milk soft serve. If you can’t pick, then choose mixed for a bit of both. A satisfyingly refreshing pick for when you’re done in the hot springs.

    The shop has plans to sell purin made using bamboo steamers in the near future, so you’re pudding can be steamed like yourself after a dip in the water! The wooden spoons used to eat the desserts are also made in the image of the paddles used in yumomi too.

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    About UNIQLO TOKYO

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    Melon Parfait Alcohol Set | ¥2,178 (Tax Included)

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    Mitsukoshi Ginza exclusives

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    Tea Tins With Coasters: ¥1,320 Each (3 Designs) (Only 500 available of each)

     

    As well as this exclusive merchandise, there will also be original items made in collaboration with Mitsukoshi Ginza’s many shops. Take a look at some of them below.

    <ARTISAN&ARTIST> Pouch: ¥8,580

    <Lights Style> Pin Badges: ¥500 Each

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    <Ace> Suitcase: ¥39,600 (Available online only)

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    <Patisserie Etienne> Snoopy Cookie Tin: ¥2,506 (2 Designs)

    <La Boutique de Joel Robuchon> Macaron Set: ¥3,240

    Travel the world with Snoopy and the Peanuts gang at Mitsukoshi Ginza for Snoopy in Ginza 2020.

     

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    SHISEIDO opened its first-ever global flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo on July 31, 2020.

     

    Since its founding in Ginza, the SHISEIDO brand has been fusing art and science, representing Japanese Beauty. Today, it offers a wide range of products in 88 countries and regions around the globe. SHISEIDO skincare and makeup aims to reveal and express people’s beauty on the outside, empowering them with confidence and vitality. For SHISEIDO, it is that outer beauty that brings to light your inner beauty, a notion that’s centred around the brand’s concept of feeling “ALIVE with Beauty,” something they say is achieved when beauty blooms from both the outside and inside.


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    Digiskin Tester (Makeup)

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    SHISEIDO Ultimune™

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    They are taking all the necessary precautions against the spread of COVID-19 so that customers can continue to enjoy the beauty experience. This includes practicing social distancing, providing alcohol gel, disinfecting tester products, having staff and customers wear masks, and so on.

     

    Ultimune Essence Auto-Tester

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  • Tokyo’s New Starbucks Branch in Ginza is a Cafe Dream Come True For Workers and Business People

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    2nd Floor: A place where you can focus

    Reserve a booth for video calls and more


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    Tables for in-person group meetings

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    解放される“ひとり”のためのパーソナル空間

    For those who want to work along, Starbucks has created a spacious area with individual booths where you don’t have to meet eyes or be bothered by other people.

     

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  • 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.

  • Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang Are Heading to Ginza in Tokyo This Autumn

    25.July.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    Tokyo’s annual “Snoopy in Ginza” summer event is set to return once again to the delight of fans at Ginza Mitsukoshi. It will be held in Autumn for 2020, running from October 14 through November 3.

    This year marks the 22nd run of Snoopy in Ginza, which is celebrating 70 years of the Peanuts comics and the 90th anniversary of Ginza Mitsukoshi.

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    13 original art pieces have been created for the event featuring Snoopy and the Peanuts gang travelling to different countries. These designs will be used on original merchandise sold at the event.

    Ginza Mitsukoshi opened 90 years ago on April 10, 1930. This year also marks the 70th anniversary of Peanuts, so to celebrate both anniversaries, an original illustration of Peanuts and Ginza Mitsukoshi illustration in the 1950’s was created for the event.

    © 2020 Peanuts Worldwide LLC

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