Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Steps Up As Harajuku’s Beauty Square Ambassador
On June 18, WITH HARAJUKU, a shopping complex located in front of Harajuku Station, opened its Shiseido beauty facility “Beauty Square” on the first floor. To strike a chord with beauty-loving millennials across the country, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has been appointed as the shop’s ambassador. With “beauty diversity” as its main theme, Shiseido’s top hair and makeup artist Tadashi Harada is also getting involved by launching a variety of beauty projects.
Harajuku Shiseido Beauty Square Ambassador Video:
Before the facility celebrated its grand opening, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu stepped through its doors, visiting the makeup counter and enjoying the fun interactive features such as the large LED screen located in the centre which displays endless videos.
The concept of Beauty Square is to become an interactive space to discover beauty, have fun, and share your experiences. Along with the sale of cosmetics, customers can enjoy digital interactive experiences to connect with the world of beauty or treat themselves to a makeover at the hair and makeup salon, which will glamour up your look in the bat of an eye.
From transforming your look to digital interaction, this is the perfect day out for fashion-lovers from all over the world.
Beauty Square (Shiseido Beauty Square)
Open: June 18, 2020
Address: 1-14-30, Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Phone Number: 03-5413-7717 (Main Number)
Business Hours: 11:00 – 20:00 *Current business hours: 11:00 – 19:00
No Fixed Holidays
Official Website: https://beautysquare.tokyo/?rt_pr=trg20
Art and Lifestyle Come Together at Isetan Shinjuku’s ‘Living with ART’ Event
18.September.2020 | FASHION
Isetan Shinjuku is now hosting its “Living with ART” event on the 5th floor of the main building until September 29, 2020.
Living with ART brings together collections of artistic products by designers from both inside and outside Japan, from unique items to add accent to your daily life to more daily-use bits and bobs.
STUDIO THE BLUE BOY comes to Isetan Shinjuku for the first time
<STUDIO THE BLUE BOY> Wavy Gradient rug – Orange × Yellow | ¥289,000 (Before Tax)
Keisuke Shoda is a Tokyo-based designer and art director whose name is known both in Japan and overseas. He creates products for his art studio, STUDIO THE BLUE BOY, all of which are sold exclusively online from rugs to interior products and more. Exhibiting at Isetan Shinjuku for the first time, STUDIO THE BLUE BOY’s lineup will include their popular rugs, fragrances, bags, and more.
<STUDIO THE BLUE BOY> Zen Garden Collection (Left: Charcoal Grey, Right: Matcha Deep Green) | ¥329,000 Each (Before Tax)
Visitors will also be able to order the Charcoal Grey and Matcha Deep green rugs early from the studio’s new Zen Garden Collection line.
Valeria Vasi showcases their new range in Japan for the first time
<Valeria Vasi> Vases | ¥12,000-¥75,000 Each (Before Tax)
Barcelona-based designer Valeria Vasi is showcasing her iconic and eye-catching handcrafted vases. Her designs are simple, but have their own beauty and quality, giving room for a single flower to express its own beauty. She will be selling around 40 items.
<Valeria Vasi> Vases | ¥34,000-¥45,000 (Before Tax)
As well as her ceramic vases, which have a beautiful glossy finish, Valeria Vasi is also selling her newest glass-type vases in Japan for the first time.
Young artists’ pictures turned into blankets
<Slowdown Studio> Blanket | ¥32,000 (Before Tax)
Slowdown Studio’s products are available in 16 countries worldwide. It is a home product brand that makes items using pictures and illustrations created by young artists around the world. At the event, they will be selling 10 different kinds of blankets, including three from their new TOKYO COLLECTION together with Japanese artists.
<Slowdown Studio> Blanket | ¥32,000 (Before Tax)
The blankets can even be used as wall art.
This is just a snippet of what will be on show at Living with ART. If you’re in Tokyo this month, don’t miss out on the event.
Living with ART
Running: September 16, 2020 – September 29, 2020
Location: Isetan Shinjuku Main Building Floor 5F
Official Website: https://www.isetan.mistore.jp/shinjuku.html
Harajuku’s New Carbonara Restaurant Serves Pasta Japanese Style
17.September.2020 | FOOD
A new spaghetti carbonara restaurant by the name of Nama Carbonara opened in Harajuku, Tokyo on September 17, 2020.
The restaurant opened in the same building as Harajuku’s popular fresh cream shop MILK and bubble tea shop Mot Tram. The restaurant makes its own fresh flat pasta everyday and uses fresh, rich cream sourced from Hokkaido.
The current menu lineup consists of six dishes, from classic carbonara to Japanese twists. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Classic Carbonara | ¥790
Walleye Pollack Roe Japanese Carbonara | ¥1,090
Freshly Grated Cheese & Bacon Carbonara | ¥1,090
Seafood, Avocado & Basil Carbonara | ¥1,190
Discover a brand new world of carbonara like never before at Nama Carbonara in Harajuku.
Nama Carbonara (生カルボナーラ専門店 原宿店)
Grand Opening: September 17, 2020
Address: THE SHARE 1F, 3-25-18 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:00-19:00 (Last Orders 18:30)
Official Website: http://www.opefac.com/
Manga Series Tokyo Revengers Gets Exhibition at Tower Records Shibuya
Tower Records Shibuya will host an exhibition dedicated to the ongoing manga series Tokyo Revengers from September 26 to October 18. The exhibition is being held to promote the release of the 19th volume which hits shelves in Japan on September 17.
Tokyo Revengers is a manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. An anime adaptation is scheduled to broadcast in 2021.
The exhibition will feature a variety of works drawn by Ken Wakui for the series, both black and white as well as coloured illustrations, as well as panels of each character, and more. There will also be an exhibit for the upcoming live-action film.
Tokyo Revengers x TOWER RECORDS OSMO Stamps (22 Designs) | ¥909 Each (Before Tax)
Tokyo Revengers Monochrome Panels | ¥30,000 Each (Before Tax, Includes Shipping)
Fans can also get their hands on a range of exhibition-exclusive merchandise, and from October, the exhibition will sell some Tokyo Revengers x Tower Records collaborative merch. There’ll be some signed artwork for sale too.
Character Business Cards (11 Designs)
And for every ¥1,000 spent at the exhibit, fans will receive one of 11 possible character business cards.
Tokyo Revengers Exhibition – Tower Records Shibuya
Running: September 26, 2020 – October 18, 2020
Time: 12:00-15:00 / 16:00-20:00 (Last Entries 19:30)
Location: Tower Records Shibuya Floor 8F SpaceHACHIKAI
Entry: Free (But you must book a place online)
Exhibition Information (Japanese): http://towershibuya.jp/news/2020/09/15/148467
Released the song “Shape My Story” produced by kz (livetune) in August 2013. Performed as the vocalist on a single for kz’s solo project ‘livetune’ in January 2014. Both songs were used as theme songs for anime series and received attention in Japan and overseas. In October 2015, she formed a new unit with kz called ‘livetune+’ and they released their first EP “Sweet Clapper” on May 11, 2016.
Active as a model, especially in fashion magazines. Receives tremendous support for her cute and distinct fashion. In February 2014, she debuted her apparel brand ‘Aymmy in the batty girls’ where she works as a designer. She was the first Harajuku and Aomoji-kei model to establish an authentic apparel brand. She develops clothing items through her unique fashion sense lens.
“Emaeri” is the nickname for models Ema and Eri Tanioku, who are Aomoji fashion model twins. Ema and Eri Tanioku specialise in twin fashion coordination. Over the years their fanbase has increased due to their cute looks. Ema Tanioku spreads Harajuku culture within Japan as well as overseas and works as a Harajuku Tourism Ambassador. Starting off as a model, Ema has broadened her talent range from fashion magazines to TV, and from playing the lead role in dramas to movies.
Pastel Coloured Halloween Served Up at Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama’s Happy Halloween Sweets Buffet
17.September.2020 | FOOD
Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama is a new hotel which opened on July 1 this year. Easily spotted by its pink exterior, the hotel offers Grand Nikko’s brand concept of guests releasing all of their sense to enjoy a relaxing and sophisticated time while providing a refreshing resort-like experience.
This Halloween, the hotel’s all-dining restaurant Le Jardin will serve up its “Happy Halloween Sweets Buffet” from October 10 to 16.
There will be 20 different desserts to pick from all in pastel colours, offering a different kind of Halloween vibe. Desserts are decorated with cute Halloween motifs like Jack-o’-lanterns, ghosts, and pumpkins. The chefs will also be certain desserts in front of guests like pumpkin mont blanc, praline mille-fuille, and pavlova.
There will also be a savoury menu too like roast beef in onion sauce, seafood acqua pazza, bread, salad, soups, and more, as well as soft drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails.
The restaurant will be restricting the number of people allowed in the dining area at once to protect diners during the pandemic.
Happy Halloween Sweets Buffet
Location: Le Jardin – Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama Floor 3F
Running: October 10, 2020 – October 16, 2020
Time: 12:00-14:30 (Last Orders 14:00)
Prices: General ¥4,500 / 9-12 years old ¥2,780 / 4-8 years old ¥1,580 / 3 years old and below – Free
Enquiries/Bookings: 047-711-2427 (10:00-18:00)
Official Website: https://bit.ly/325uwjt
Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama
Address: 1-7 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba
Official Website: https://tokyobay.grandnikko.com
Luxurious Shine Muscat Grape Parfait Served Up at Hotel Gajoen Tokyo For Autumn
16.September.2020 | FOOD
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, a museum and hotel combination, is home to New American Grill “KANADE TERRACE,” the hotel’s restaurant popular for its food grilled in the open kitchen, its afternoon teas made with seasonal ingredients, and cocktail lineup.
This autumn, Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is serving up its new “Shine Muscat Parfait,” an richly-sweet and elegance-scented dessert made using Shine Muscat grapes.
Shine Muscat Parfait ¥2,800 | With Champagne ¥3,600 (Before Tax & Service Charge)
The parfait is layered with Kyoho grape and shampagne jelly, crémet d’Anjou which is made from fresh cheese, and maqui berry granola. It’s topped with blackcurrant sherbet and tuile.
Shine Muscat Parfait
Serving: October 1, 2020 – November 20, 2020
Location: New American Grill “KANADE TERRACE” (Hotel Gajoen Tokyo)
Serving Hours: 14:30-17:30 everyday
Official Website: https://www.hotelgajoen-tokyo.com/archives/54655
teamLab’s Borderless Autumn Themed Digital Art Exhibition Arrives in Tokyo
16.September.2020 | SPOT
teamLab Borderless is a world of artwork without boundaries, a museum without a map created by art collective teamLab. Over at their museum in Tokyo, MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless, they are exhibiting a range of autumn themed digital art in time for the changing seasons. Let’s take a closer look at what’s on show.
Proliferating Immense Life – A Whole Year per Year | teamLab, 2020, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
Proliferating Immense Life – A Whole Year per Year looks at the life cycle of flowers. Throughout the year, with the passing of time, flowers bloom and change. They bud, grow, and blossom before their petals begin to wither and eventually fade away. The cycle of growth and decay repeats itself in perpetuity as the flowers propagate. When too many flowers grow, they scatter and fade all at once. When people touch them, the flower petals scatter and fall away
A variety of autumn flowers will be recreated in digital art, such as Blackberry Lily (September) and Red Spider Lily (October). Visitors who touch these digital flowers will see them wither and decay, and subsequently bloom new flowers in their place.
Memory of Topography | teamLab, 2018, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
This artwork installation depicts a rural mountain landscape of varying elevations. The scenery instills in the viewer a feeling of eternal permanence, however with the flow of real time the scenery is continuously changing. In the spring, the rice fields are still small and lush. In summer, they begin to mature, and in fall, they turn a golden color.
The colours of autumn will be depicted in its glorious combination of golds and reds for the exhibit.
Forest of Resonating Lamps – One Stroke, Autumn Mountain | teamLab, 2016, Interactive Installation, Murano Glass, LED, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
When a person stands still close to a lamp at Forest of Resonating Lamps – One Stroke, Autumn Mountain, it shines brightly and emits a colour that resonates out. The light becomes the starting point, and it spreads to the two nearest lamps. The light from the two nearest lamps transmits the same colour to other lamps, spreading out continuously. The light transmitted always resonates out as a bright light once, passing to close lamps, until all lamps have shone brightly once, and then returns to the first lamp.
For October, this exhibit will turn into Forest of Resonating Lamps – One Stroke, Autumn Mountain.
Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup | teamLab, 2016, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
Make tea, and flowers bloom inside the teacup. If you pick up the teacup, the flowers scatter and spread outside of the cup. Flowers bloom infinitely as long as there is tea. The tea in the teacup becomes an infinite world in which the flowers continue to bloom. Drink in the infinitely expanding world.
The exhibition hall’s tea house “EN TEA HOUSE” will see a variety of autumnal flowers used including safflower, dianthus, and Chinese aster for September and cosmos, osmanthus, and chrysanthemum for October.
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless
Address: Odaiba Palette Town, 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Official Website: http://borderless.teamlab.art/jp
Japan’s Largest Manga Exhibition MANGA⇔TOKYO Is Being Held At The National Art Center, Tokyo
The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT) introduces Japan’s distinctive culture to all areas of the world. The project started with MANGA＊ANIME＊GAMES from JAPAN which ran from June 24 – August 31, 2015. This was followed by the same exhibit held in Thailand and Myanmar. In 2018, as part of Japonismes 2018: les âmes en resonance, the NACT held the MANGA⇔TOKYO exhibition (November 29 – December 30, 2018) in Paris, France, which attracted over 30 thousand visitors. This time, the NACT will bring the renovated exhibition back to Japan.
Over 500 items are being displayed, including original drawings of manga and materials related to anime production, from a total of over 90 titles.
The largest ever MANGA exhibition in the country
The exhibition displays over 500 items such as original drawings of manga, production documents and visuals of anime and games, from the total of more than 90 titles of manga, anime, games and tokusatsu (SFX films) works that are closely related to Tokyo, in a 2000 m² exhibition space.
1/1000 Scale Giant Model of Tokyo and Visuals Installation
A 1/1000 scale giant model of Tokyo, 17m wide and 22m long, along with visuals of anime, games and tokusatsu (SFX films) works staged in Tokyo, will allow spectators to experience the intertwined relations between “Tokyo” and “MANGA.”
Exhibits are displayed so that visitors can experience the integrated reality of “Tokyo,” with scenes of various stories and memories of characters merging into the real cityscapes.
Installation to Experience Reality merged with Characters
While manga, anime, games and tokusatsu (SFX films) in Japan have been influenced by the existing city, characters from those works appear in the sphere of reality, such as at stations, on trains and at convenience stores, altering the scenes and images of the city. It has become part of everyday life for those who live in Tokyo to live side by side with characters, which this exhibition will show through various installations.
Section 1: Cycles of Deconstruction and Reconstruction
EVANGELION:2.0 YOU CAN (NOT) ADVANCE. ©khara
Based on the graphic novel “Akira” by Katsuhiro Otomo. First published by “Young Magazine”,Kodansha Ltd.
© 1988 MASH・ROOM/ AKIRA COMMITTEE All Rights Reserved.
Depiction of catastrophic damages to Tokyo, inflicted by unprecedented natural disasters or mysterious creatures, is almost routine in Japanese manga, anime, games and tokusatsu works. This section includes works with themes of “destruction and reconstruction.”
Section 2: Life in Tokyo
The three sections Edo as Pre-Tokyo, From the Beginning of Modernization to the Post-modern City, and From the End of the Century to the Present represent different eras of Japanese history.The exhibit depicts Tokyo as a place where ordinary people live despite the surreal experience of city-wide destruction and reconstruction.
Edo As Pre-Tokyo
“Sakuran” ANNO Moyoco ©Moyoco Anno / Cork
From the Beginning of Modernization to the Post-modern City
“Rurouni Kenshin” WATSUKI Nobuhiro ©Nobuhiro Watsuki / SHUEISHA
“CITY HUNTER” by HOJO Tsukasa © 1985 by TSUKASA HOJO/NSP
From the End of the Century to the Present
“Solanin” ASANO Inio © Inio Asano / Shogakukan
“5 Centimeters Per Second” © Makoto Shinkai / CoMix Wave Films
Section 3: Characters vs. the City
The Life-sized Unicorn Gundam statue in Odaiba.
Location: DiverCity Tokyo Plaza © SOTSU, SUNRISE
The last section focuses on characters existing alongside real life, for example, in cities as mascots for promotions, in advertising and in tourism.
Explore the history between Tokyo and Japanese pop culture media at MANGA⇔TOKYO.
Exhibition title: MANGA⇔TOKYO
Dates: Aug. 12 (Wed.) – Nov. 3 (Tue.), 2020
Closed: Tuesdays (except for September 22, November 3)
Opening hours: 10:00-18:00
* Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Venue: The National Art Center, Tokyo, Special Exhibition Gallery 1E
7-22-2 Roppongi Minato-ku Tokyo 106-8558 Japan
MANGA⇔TOKYO website: https://manga-toshi-tokyo.jp/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s Halloween Look Decorates Shiseido Beauty Square in Harajuku
14.September.2020 | FASHION
Following her firework-inspired summer promotion look for Shiseido Beauty Square, Japanese pop icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has returned to the beauty facility with an all-new Halloween look, first revealed on Friday.
Kyary is serving a dark romantic world in Harajuku this Halloween, with Gothic hair and makeup that delivers us spook fantasy mixed with a bewitching, fairy tail-like sweetness. The look was brought to life thanks to Shiseido’s top hair and makeup artist Tadashi Harada.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu became the ambassador for Shiseido Beauty Square when it opened back in June. The concept of the beauty facility is centred on having people discovering their beauty, having fun, sharing experiences, and learning the latest in the scene
Shiseido Beauty Square
Opened: June 18, 2020
Address: WITH HARAJUKU Floor 1F, 1-14-30 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:00-20:00
No Fixed Holidays
Official Website: https://beautysquare.tokyo/
*Website available in English, Japanese, and Chinese
LUSH Harajuku Revamps With New ‘Slow Bath’ Concept
13.September.2020 | FASHION
The Harajuku branch of UK cosmetics retailer reopened after a revamp on Friday with its all-new ‘Slow Bath’ concept. The branch first opened to the people of Tokyo in November 2018.
Since opening, LUSH Harajuku has delivered a LUSH-esque bath product lineup experience, since Japan is known for being a nation of bath lovers. That is now being taken to the next level with the Slow Bath revamp which will stock a wide variety of items for self care and indulgence.
Throw away the needless and make way for mind and body reconnection
LUSH Harajuku is a place that helps you discover new ways to design your daily routine, with face masks to refresh your skin, products to care for your hair, scents for your well-deserved bath time, and more.
Well-being is also a big part of the brand, teaching you to be kind to yourself while you’re working everyday, and to look after your mind and body. LUSH Harajuku stocks not only bath bombs and bubble bars, but a selection of items to use while you’re in the bath too for some much-needed self care.
Naked items are environmentally friendly
About 60% of LUSH’s products are sold ‘naked’ without packaging in order to reduce on waste in the environment. This also lets the essential oils and natural smells of the products seep throughout and outside the doors of their stores, beckoning people with the pleasant fragrances.
LUSH’s “Lush Labs” app also has a function called “Lush Lens.” This lets customers scan any naked item which brings up information about that particular item such as what ingredients are used, as well as videos on how to use products and bath bombs fizzing.
If you’re ever in Harajuku, be sure to stop by LUSH.
Address: 1-13-11 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: [Weekdays] 12:00-20:00 / [Weekends] 11:00-20:00
Official Website: https://jn.lush.com/
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Launches New Fragrance Brand ‘Nostalgia Syndrome’
12.September.2020 | FASHION
A new fragrance brand produced by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu was released on September 12, 2020, and is available to purchase via the brand’s official website.
The brand was backed by a crowdfunding campaign in February 2020 for Kyary who wanted to turn her favourite scent, fragrant olive, into a fragrance. The music artist highlighted how it’s a difficult scent to get your hands on. “There are so many people that like the smell of fragrant olive, so why is it so rare?” Kyary worked with fragrance experts to create a scent that smells like fully bloomed fragrant olive.
Nostalgic Syndrome Osmanthus – Eau de Toilette | ¥8,250 (Tax Included)
Nostalgic Syndrome Osmanthus – Body Cream | ¥5,500 (Tax Included)
The first goal of the crowdfunding campaign was to fund the perfume and the second body cream which Kyary overwhelming support for, leading to it becoming a reality.
Nostalgic Syndrome Osmanthus – Hand Cream | ¥1,870 (Tax Included)
Nostalgic Syndrome Osmanthus – Aroma Diffuser | ¥7,150 (Tax Included)
The success of the crowdfunding campaign led to the establishment of Nostalgic Syndrome and subsequently its first series, Osmanthus, which includes not only the perfume and body cream but hand cream, hair oil, aroma diffuser, and home & fabric spray too.
To celebrate the launch of Nostalgia Syndrome, the first 300 people who spend over ¥10,000 on products will receive an original eco bag. More details can be found on the brand’s official website.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu | Comment
“I’ve always loved fragrances. Before every live performance I do I like to calm myself with my favourites. Fragrances help me to relax no matter the time, I really feel like they’re something that have saved me. So, for all the people working hard day to day, and for those with stresses piled up right now, I want them to take a deep breath with this scent of fully bloomed fragrant olive. It would make me happy if this fragrance can create a relaxing space for you.”
“It’s all thanks to everyone’s support that I was able to launch the Nostalgia Syndrome brand. I’m filled with gratitude. Thank you so much, and I hope you continue to support [the brand].”
Released: September 12, 2020
Brand Website: https://www.nostalgia-syndrome.com
Shibuya’s New Tourist Information Centre ‘SHIBU HACHI BOX’ Opens October 1
12.September.2020 | SPOT
Shibuya is set to welcome tourists to its all-new tourist information centre SHIBU HACHI BOX which will open on October 1, 2020.
Conveniently located outside of Shibuya Station next to Shibuya’s iconic Scramble Crossing and Hachiko statue, SHIBU HACHI BOX, managed by PLAY! DIVERSITY SHIBUYA, will act as the hub for tourist and sightseeing information on events, food, shopping, hotels, and more.
The centre will also house a PR space for its supporting partner NTT Docomo which will offer entertainment and video content related to the latest in technology and more.
SHIBU HACHI BOX will be ready waiting to welcome the people of the world to Shibuya as they step outside of the famous Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station.
SHIBU HACHI BOX
Grand Opening: October 1, 2020
Address: 2-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00
PLAY! DIVERSITY SHIBUYA: http://play-shibuya.com/
Kawaii Fruit Desserts Now Being Sold at Shibuya Scramble Square in Tokyo
11.September.2020 | FOOD
Tokyu Food Show Edge and +Q Beauty inside Tokyo’s Shibuya Scramble Square mixed-use skyscraper are now serving a succulent selection of autumn fruit desserts, incorporating autumn flavours like chestnuts, apples, and Japan’s famous Shine Muscat grapes.
Let’s take a look, and try not to drool too much on your keyboard.
MORI YOSHIDA PARIS
Mont Blanc | ¥918 (Tax Included)
A mont blanc with cream draped around like a helix. Inside you will find Crème Chantilly and chestnuts, while the base is baked in parcel.
apple & roses
Caramel Apple Rose Cake/Raspberry Rose Cake | ¥2,160 (Tax Included)
These rich butter and almond rose cakes come in two flavours: caramel apple with apples specially selected from Nagano Prefecture, and raspberry, which add a sweet and sour kick.
Feuilletée (Box of Two) | ¥756 (Tax Included)
Feuilletée pies filled with a chestnut paste which add a delightful sweetness. The box contains two base flavours: chestnut and chestnut chocolate.
Fresh Fruit Tablet Shine Muscat | ¥2,592 (Tax Included)
Whole specially selected Shine Muscat grapes wrapped in chocolate and shaped into a tablet bar. The chocolate is a rich 70% Piura Quemazon from Pacari Chocolate which blends deliciously with the grape juice.
Whole Chestnut Pound Cakes (Set of 4) | ¥1,404 (Tax Included)
The dough is combined with chestnut paste and each mini pound cake contains a whole chestnut.
ANNA’S by Landtmann
Red Apple | ¥693 (Tax Included) *Eat-in price
This apple cake is filled with apple mousse, chocolate mousse, and chocolate sponge. The entire thing is coated in a red apple glaze, giving it a cute appearance.
Shibuya Scramble Square Shops & Restaurants
Address: 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Official Website: https://www.tokyu-dept.co.jp/scsq/index.html