Roof Star Gardens Illumination Event to Take Place On GINZA SIX’s Rooftop Garden

02.October.2019 | SPOT

Ginza’s biggest shopping centre GINZA SIX has announced that it’s set to light up its rooftop garden with an enchanting illumination event titled Rooftop Star Garden which will begin on November 26 and run until February 24 next year.

 

Standing at 56 meters high, the rooftop garden is the “closest place to the stars” in Ginza. This will be GINZA SIX’s first ever illumination event and it will shine a bright spotlight against the nightscape of Ginza’s streets.

 

Rooftop Star Garden will take place in two areas in the garden: the Water Fountain Area and the Forest Area, both of which will welcome star-themed light shows.

The theme of the Water Fountain Area is “Shooting Star,” whose LED lights will elicit a sense of profoundness in its observers. 147 LED lights will form the main monument of this area, with bright, sparkling illuminations that will remind one of shooting and twinkling stars.

The Forest Area is made up of two separate areas between the Water Fountain Area. Lasers will shoot through crystals, creating an ocean of countless specks of light that look like little stars that make it feel like you’re in space.

 

This limited-time event is the perfect way to spend this year’s Christmas, so don’t miss out.

 

*Photos are for illustrative purposes only

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    18.September.2019 | SPOT

    The Omotesando Hills shopping complex has begun rolling out information for its Christmas celebrations for 2019. Omotesando Hills Christmas 2019 is set to run from November 13 to December 25 during which artistic illuminations will decorate the building. The illuminations at the main large staircase of the atrium will take on the theme “Christmastime seduced by water magic.”

    Omotesando Hills has been adorning its interior with artistic Christmas illuminations since 2017. This winter’s lights will be provided with contemporary design studio we+. The studio has showcased its works both inside Japan, including at Salone del Mobile.Milano, which have presented new perspectives and values to spectators. “Water” is the theme for the illuminations at Omotesando Hills this year, which will constantly change colour and appearance.

     

    A 7-meter-tall Christmas tree surrounded by around 40 water tanks will stand beautifully in the atrium as the centrepiece of the illuminations. Strung down from the ceiling in the open air space will be large golden frames, offering a dynamic adornment throughout.

    Superabsorbent polymers will float inside the water tanks on various sizes. These polymers will greatly elevate the tanks’ level of transparency. Because of their refractive index in the water, they in fact become one with the water and so you won’t be able to see them, enabling one to also see the Christmas tree hidden within the tanks.

    Each water tank will change to the music one by one depending on the level of water in them, as will the Christmas tree and its LED lights, creating a mosaic-like appearance. The tree will alter every moment, making you forget about the time and want to just keep gazing at it.

  • Warm The Cockles Of Your Heart This Christmas at HOSHINO Karuizawa Area

    06.September.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    This holiday season, Hoshino Resorts is set to hold a Christmas event at HOSHINO Karuizawa Area, a place managed by the company which brings together people who love culture and nature. It will run from November 16 to December 25.

     

    The event’s theme is “A Town Where Happiness Shines.” From mistletoe illuminations to xmas desserts and more, you’re sure to have the cockles of your heart warmed this year at this happiness-filled festival.

     

    Mistletoe Illuminations

    At Harunire Terrace, where 16 shops line the cosy wooden terrace, the columns and overhangs will be adorned in Christmas garlands, and mistletoe-shaped illuminations will dangle from tree branches.

     

    You can spot a lot of mistletoe in Karuizawa Wild Bird Sanctuary. Even in wintertime the plant does not wither, instead keeping its green leaves, which in folklore has led it to be viewed as a symbol of immortality.

     

    Mistletoe is known in many cultures as a symbol of happiness. In the Western world, lovers who stand under mistletoe are expected to kiss. The warm illuminations are set to light a warm and romantic atmosphere to all those who attend.

     

    Mistletoe Lanterns

    As well as the illuminations, there will also be mistletoe lanterns hiding in the trees to celebrate romantic love this Christmas. Get ready to count down with everybody at the event as when you reach zero, all of the lanterns will turn on at the same time. There will even be mini live performances where you can sing along to Christmas songs.

     

    Christmas Sweets at Hoshino Resorts Karuizawa Hotel Bleston Court

    Order the “Episode de Noel” at Hoshino Resorts Karuizawa Hotel Bleston Court for a delicious Christmas sweets dessert course of 4 treats.

     

    This is just a peek inside the stocking of what’s to come at the festival. There will be a hot chocolate bar, fresh s’mores, kids events, photo spots, a Christmas market, and more. Ride your sleigh into HOSHINO Karuizawa Area this winter.

  • Disney Christmas 2019 at Tokyo Disneyland: Spend This Year’s Holiday Season With That Special Someone♡

    12.August.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    Tokyo Disney Resort has announced this year’s Disney Christmas which will take place at Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® from November 8 to December 25. This is the Tokyo Disneyland® event line-up. For the Tokyo DisneySea® schedule, click here.

     

    Disney Christmas Stories

    Disney Christmas Stories celebrates the holiday season with a magical parade which will bring together the Disney cast members with their loved ones. The characters will dress in festive outfits and deliver to guests their own Christmas stories. Seven joyous Christmas stories will unfold before guests’ eyes, from a merry family outing with Donald Duck, his beloved Daisy Duck and his three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, to the star couple Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

     

    The parade will seemingly stop all of a sudden which will be followed by ringing bells, signalling the start of a Christmas party. Snow will fall along the parade route, and the cast members will invite guests to join them in celebrating a heart-warming Christmas.

     

    Christmas Decorations

    An enormous 15-meter tall Christmas tree will tower over World Bazaar and illuminate the streets with its brilliant lights together with dazzling projections, combining with the festive music to create a romantic atmosphere.

     

    The plaza in front of Cinderella’s Castle will glimmer with Christmas adornments as well as Christmas presents, Winnie the Pooh decorations, and more. Each themed land across the park will also be embellished in Christmas colours, bringing a merry little Christmas to the park.

     

    Special Christmas Merchandise

    Glass Set – ¥2,200 (Tax Included)

    Around 65 special Disney Christmas themed items are set to go on sale from November 1, from glasses to cushions and more, all of which can be used for Christmastime at home. Featuring designs of the Disney characters, each item is sure to bring an air of that nostalgia we all feel at Christmas.

     

    Christmas Food & Drink


    Also available from November 1 is a very special Christmas menu made up of 15 dishes and drinks. There’s the seafood cream bread packed with melted cheese, a hot dog dressed in the colours of Christmas with its eye-catching red bun and white cheese, and more. There’s also a dish inspired by the Disney film Beauty and the Beast who are set to appear in the parade.

     

    Enjoy a very merry Christmas this year at Tokyo Disneyland.

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    21.September.2020 | FASHION

    UNIQLO TOKYO, the global flagship store of UNIQLO, is now holding an exhibition themed on its knitwear at its first floor LifeWear Square area until October 11, 2020. It’s a consolidation of everything that goes into wearing the symbolic style of their LifeWear lineup, covering the art, science, and craftsmanship behind the items.

     

    About UNIQLO TOKYO

    UNIQLO TOKYO opened back in June this year in Ginza, Tokyo, as the country’s biggest store and global flagship store. UNIQLO TOKYO is the embodiment of UNIQLO’s “LifeWear,” clothing that the company has created to “improve everyone’s life.”

     

    SCIENCE: 3D knit installations by Rhizomatiks Architecture

    Rhizomatiks Architecture have created a range of installations including mannequins centred on knitwear. Customers will be able to see knitwear being made by the machines right before their eyes.

     

    CRAFTSMANSHIP: Tools used in the manufacturing process

    See the strict standards and measures taken to carefully craft each and every UNIQLO cashmere sweater, from the processes carried out to the materials and tools used in the manufacturing process, samples, and more.

     

    ART: Styling

    See the headpieces created by Shiseido’s top hair and makeup artist Tadashi Harada for displaying the knitwear. Each and every one was made with care and attention for the 20 mannequins.

  • Hikari no Sumika Winter Illuminations 2020-2021 to Take Place at Gotemba Kogen Toki no Sumika

    15.September.2020 | SPOT

    Toki no Sumika is set to host its 19th annual winter illumination event “Hikari no Sumika” from September 19, 2020 to March 21, 2021.

     

    Forest of Trees Illuminations


    The Forest of Trees was created together with locals and wraps visitors in a magical fantasy land of lights underneath the shimmer of stardust. This trail of trees leads visitors to the next area, the Royal Palace on the Hill.

     

    Royal Palace on the Hill


    The “Versailles Lights” water laser show entertains onlookers with a rhythmic show. A new spot has also been developed this year called “It’s a colorful world” where cuter balls of light change colour to the sounds that play. There’s also one of the world’s biggest “Bells of Love” clad in colours galore to radiate the dark night, “Slow House Twinkle,” and “Super Searchlight.”

     

    Tunnel of Lights


    Spanning 370m along, the “Tunnel of Lights” changes colours as time passes, enveloping people in a sparkling galaxy of illuminations. There’ll be plenty of photo opportunities.

     

    Twin Trees & First Dream Bridgeツインツリーと初夢の橋

    The colour of the 120-year-old fir tree at the site this year will be white. The 20 meter-tall tree will be decorated simply and gently, with more LED lights than ever before, to enhance its beauty. The “First Dream Bridge” will give rise to the “Stardust Road” of countless illuminations that run along it.

     

    Underwater Paradise Aquarium

    Around 4,500 goldfish of 200 species, including rare kinds, from all around Japan are collected here. It continues to grow as Japan’s only goldfish aquarium both in name and reality. Enjoy seeing them swim while gorgeous lights light up the room.

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    06.September.2020 | FOOD

    Fruits Salon, a fruit shop located on the second floor of Beauty Connection Ginza in Tokyo, introduced a new lineup of menu items on September 4 which will be available until mid October, all using seasonal grapes grown in Japan.

     

    Fruits Salon opened in November last year and garnered much attention for its full course fruit dishes. Last month, the cafe served up the “Peach Full Course” which proved super popular. Now, they are offering a menu centred on juicy and sweet grapes.

    Grape Full Course | ¥4,400 (Tax Included)

    1st Plate: Apricot Tofu

    2nd Plate: Dégustation

    The grape course features three plates and a drink. It begins with a refreshing mix of Shine Muscat grapes, Delaware grapes, apricot tofu, and sake lees ice cream. The second plate is a tasting of four varieties of grape, while the third is a colourful and eye-catching parfait.

    3rd Plate: Parfait

    After-meal Drink

    The parfait is served in a wine glass so you can see each layering of tasty ingredients.

     

    The 90-minute course is reservation-only and invites you to both appreciate the appearance of as well as the taste of each dish.

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

    The cafe is also serving its melon parfait alcohol set once more too for a limited time. It’s made to really elevate the flavour of the melon.

     

    If you’re a fruit fanatic, then you won’t want to miss out on Fruits Salon’s new full course.

  • Autumn Grape Desserts Whipped Up at Shiseido Parlour Ginza in Tokyo This September

    03.September.2020 | FOOD

    Shiseido Parlour Salon de Cafe in Tokyo has revealed a lineup of seasonal centred on Japan’s famous ‘shine muscat’ grape which will be served this autumn from September 1 to 30.

    Nagano Shine Muscat & Three Grape Parfait | ¥2,200 (Tax Included)

    Made using specially selected shine muscat grapes farmed from Iizukakaju Orchards in Ueda, Nagano, together with three other varieties of grape for a super refreshing flavour.

    Grape Fruit Sandwich | ¥1,700 (Tax Included)

    Toasted raisin bread stuffed with seven different fruits, including seasonal and specially selected varieties, and fresh cream. It’s served with bittersweet ‘Karasuzanjo’  honey from Chiba Prefecture and a compote of seasonal fruits.

    Nagano Grape Mousse | ¥2,100 (Tax Included) *Comes with drink

    This mousse is also made from grapes grown in Iizukakaju Orchards, and is drizzled with honey and cream. The grapes add a fresh kick to the dessert.

    Shiseido Parlour Story | ¥2,600 (Tax Included) *Comes with drink, served weekdays only

    An assortment of desserts including a mini strawberry parfait, mini chocolate parfait, mini custard pudding, seasonal fruits, grape jelly, kaki persimmon mousse, and chestnut pie.

  • Snoopy in Ginza 2020 Heads to Mitsukoshi Ginza in Tokyo This Autumn

    02.September.2020 | FASHION / FOOD

    Snoopy in Ginza 2020 is set to take place at Mitsukoshi Ginza in Tokyo from October 14 to November 3.

    This year marks the 22th run of Snoopy in Ginza, a popular annual event held at Mitsukoshi Ginza. It will incorporate a numbered ticket system to ensure the event is never overcrowded as a precaution against COVID-19. The event will also take all necessary social distancing and related measures. The full breakdown of measures will be available once tickets are available to buy in the coming weeks.

     

    It’s a a double celebration this year as the Peanuts comics celebrate their 70th anniversary and Mitsukoshi Ginza commemorates its 90th. The theme of this year’s Snoopy in Ginza is “World Photo Journey” which will see Snoopy and the Peanuts gang travelling to iconic places around the world in 13 original pieces of art illustrated for the event.

     

    Let’s take a look at some of the merchandise up for grabs this year.

     

    Mitsukoshi Ginza exclusives

    Pin Badges: A-Design ¥715, B-Design ¥1,100 (Only 700 available of each)

    The B-Design will be released in-store on October 14 and subsequently online on October 17 from 10:00am (JST).

    Pouches with cookies in them: ¥1,100 (Only 400 available)

    Mascots: ¥1,518 (2 Designs)

    KUTANI SEAL Plates: ¥3,300 (Only 150 available)

    A4 Folders: ¥330 Each (7 Designs)

    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

    The pin badges are available in-store only. New designs will be sold from October 21.

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

    <OCEAN & TERRE> Mini Bottle & Honey & Belgium Chocolate Baumkuchen Set: ¥2,750

    <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.

     

    © 2020 Peanuts Worldwide LLC

  • JAPAN DENIM to Open Stylish Pop-Up Shop Inside GINZA SIX

    24.August.2020 | FASHION

    JAPAN DENIM, a Japanese denim company formed of both Japanese and non-Japanese designers, has announced that it will open a limited-time pop-up shop at GINZA SIX in Ginza, Tokyo from August 26 to September 22.

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    JAPAN DENIM is also collaborating with numerous other distinguished international brands this time around too, including DENHAM.

    If you’re in Tokyo for summer, don’t miss out on their exclusive line-up.

  • Red Bean Paste Shaved Ice & Seasonal Products at Ginza Sony Park This Summer

    15.August.2020 | FASHION / FOOD / SPOT

    Ginza Sony Park has announced a range of seasonal items and food for Summer 2020.

    Toraya Cafe・An Stand

    Red Bean Paste Shaved Ice with Matcha & Rice Flour Dumplings | Small ¥841, Regular ¥901 (Tax Included) | Ginza Park Floor B3F | Available: Until September 29, 2020

    Loaded with red bean paste and in-house made honey, this limited edition shaved ice is served with matcha sweet bean jelly made with Uji matcha.

    Red Bean Paste Shaved Ice with Cointreau & Coffee | ¥540 (Tax Included) | Ginza Park Floor B3F | Available: Until September 17, 2020

    This one’s for the grown-ups, served with Cointreau and Hawaiian coffee.

    An (Red Bean) Paste – Raspberry | ¥864 (Tax Included) | Ginza Park Floor B3F | Available: Until Late August 2020

    Enjoy a raspberry version of the bean paste for yourself which has been mixed with brown cane sugar.

     

    THE CONVENI

    CHECKER SHOPPER BAG | ¥7,700 (Tac Included) | Ginza Park Floor B1F

    THE CONVENI is selling a checked shopper  bag made from thin PVC so that it does not get dirty easily and also makes it waterproof. The bag, which bears the name of the store, also has pockets inside the bag.

     

    Ginza Sony Park Art Walk

    SHUN SUDO – “ART IN THE PARK”

    Left: NAIJEL GRAPH | Right: SP. by yuko mohri (Available until August 26)

    Ginza Sony Park will also display a range of large-scale art including SHUN SUDO’s wall art ART IN THE PARK, work from NAIJEL GRAPHIC, and more.

    BOTTEGA VENETA ‘THE CHAIN’ Exhibition Image | August 16, 2020 – August 30, 2020

    A huge installation art piece called THE CHAIN by BOTTEGA VENETA will be displayed on the rooftop for a limited time. This installation piece has been taken around the world, and serves as a message of strength and connection to people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

     

    Ginza Sony Park 2nd Anniversary


    Free stickers will be handed out until August 16, 2020 to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Ginza Sony Park, which has delivered unique forms of entertainment to Tokyo’s district of Ginza.

  • SHISEIDO Opens First Global Flagship Store in Tokyo’s Ginza District

    12.August.2020 | FASHION

    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.


    SHISEIDO GLOBAL FLAGSHIP STORE follows this mantra of “ALIVE with Beauty” which it will promote to those visiting Ginza, be they Japanese or foreign. The store’s design concept is “Japanese Digital Garden” which encapsulates the image of a Japanese-style garden—something which symbolises the Japanese sense of beauty as well as nature. It will be inspired by Japanese paper, trees, and Nishijin silk fabrics, and will incorporate flowing music and lighting.

     

    Digiskin Tester (Makeup)

    SHISEIDO GLOBAL FLAGSHIP STORE is a beauty experience that combines human touch with the latest technology. The shop caters to a multitude of beauty needs and lifestyles. Simply by taking a photo of yourself, the Digiskin Tester will find the perfect shade of SHISEIDO foundation for your skin from 30 colours. This instant tester can be combined with one-on-one counselling with the staff so you can find the right products for you.

     

    SHISEIDO Ultimune™

    SHISEIDO Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate N – Ginza Flagship Store Limited Edition (75ml) | ¥16,000 (Before Tax) *Available in-store only

    The building consists of three floors serving all things SHISEIDO, from their full line-up of makeup and skincare products to items exclusive to the flagship store.

     

    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

    Customers can use special dispensers set up in-store which lets them try out products without having to come into physical contact with other people.

     

    SHISEIDO has also launched a “virtual store” on its official website so that customers can still enjoy SHISEIDO GLOBAL FLAGSHIP STORE from the comfort of their own home. Customers use VR to walk around the shop and watch help and advice videos on makeup.

     

    Discover your inner and outer beauty at SHISEIDO GLOBAL FLAGSHIP STORE in Ginza.

  • Anime LED Manhole Covers Light Up Around Tokorozawa in Saitama Prefecture

    10.August.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    Japanese manga and light novel publishing company KADOKAWA is promoting titles from its series catalogue in a unique way: by displaying illustrations of the series on manholes around Tokorozawa in Saitama Prefecture. The manholes were laid on August 1, 2020, and are the first manholes in Japan to feature LED lighting.

     

    LED Manholes

    In 2003, Tokorozawa City Department of Waterworks and Sewerage became the first company in Japan to use manholes for advertising. The new LED manholes will run along the closest station to Tokorozawa Sakura Town, which was built by and is managed by KADOKAWA. That station is Higashi-Tokorozawa Station, and it will run from there past numerous facilities leading up to Tokorozawa Sakura Town.

     

    Tokorozawa Sakura Town

    Tokorozawa Sakura Town is part of the Cool Japan Forest Project, a joint project between KADOKAWA and the city of Tokorozawa. Set to have its grand opening on November 6, 2020, this large-scale facility includes an anime hotel, library museum and bookshelf theatre, restaurants, shops, and more.

     

    LED Manhole Designs

    Left: Daytime / Right: Nighttime

    The LED manholes will take people right up to Tokorozawa Sakura Town, as well as function as crime prevention tools during nighttime for neighbouring facilities.

     

    There are 28 designs in total from the following series and franchises:

     

    A Certain Magical Index

    Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World

    Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin

    The Five Star Stories

    Anime Tourism Association Official Character “Junrei-chan”

    Bungo Stray Dogs

    Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!

    Yamato Takeru

    The Melancholy of Harumi Suzumiya

    Lucky Star

    Slayers

    Date A Live

    Overlord

    Sword Art Online

    Full Metal Panic!

    Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

    Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Record of Lodoss War

    Sgt. Frog

    Spice and Wolf

    KonoSuba

    Kino’s Journey

    Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious

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

    02.August.2020 | FOOD / SPOT

    Starbucks Coffee Japan opened a new branch at CIRCLES Ginza on July 30, 2020 that will serve as a dream location for business people.

    The dream coffee shop, split into two floors, offers a unique environment and service created in collaboration with Think Lab. Rather than your regular, more public Starbucks, this branch also lets customers reserve booths and meeting spaces. This includes the SMART LOUNGE™ aimed at business users, as well as solo working spaces by Think Lab.

     

    Starbucks Coffee CIRCLES Ginza caters to both solo workers and co-workers, giving them a space to think and concentrate alone, or come together in groups to exchange ideas. Booths offer a place to host online meetings, the SMART LOUNGE lets groups arrange chairs and tables however they like, and the Think Lab—which you pay an extra fee to use—is the perfect spot for some quiet contemplation.

     

    1st Floor: Quick TOGO experience

    The first floor is for people who aren’t looking to stay at the cafe long. They are looking for a quicker experience where they can order their Starbucks drink and food and head on out. The cafe offers cashless payments, which is notable as Japan is still very much a cash-based country, as well as the Starbucks mobile order and pay service where you pick what you want on your phone and then go and pick it up.

     

    2nd Floor: A place where you can focus

    Reserve a booth for video calls and more


    There are four individual half-booths which can be reserved, each of which have a screen for video calls and online meetings. These can be used for 40 minutes and can be booked in advance. The booking system was co-developed by Starbucks and Vacan.

     

    Tables for in-person group meetings

    The window tables offer a place for meetings, discussions, and business negotiations for 2-12 people. It’s a relaxing area where workers and clients can chat freely.

     

    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.

     

    If you’re working in Tokyo, and need a business-oriented location where you can enjoy a coffee, then look no further than Starbucks Coffee CIRCLES Ginza.

  • 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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