How about trying exquisite sweets from the fall season? Made from the blessings of the land unique to autumnal Japan…

2017-04-06   Foods & Drinks, Tokyo,


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Announcing the arrival of fall, the season that will increase your appetite! Presenting sweets from Tokyo that are unique to this special season


In Japan, it has gradually started to get colder as we hear the approaching footsteps of fall. This is the season in Japan when most seasonal harvests are done. The most prominent ones are vegetables such as chestnuts, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes, as well as fruits such as pears, persimmons, and grapes. Hence, this is also the season when sweets made with these seasonal ingredients are sold day after day. Make sure not to miss out on your chance to sample these delicious seasonal items.

Fall sweets featuring Disney character designs, made by western confectionery stores in Japan

Tins or tote bags filled with pumpkin madeleines and cookies in a variety of flavors, including chocolate or plain. The packaging features cute designs unique to Japan, useful even after you have finished eating the sweets.

Availability period: SEPTEMBER 12nd~OCTOBER 31st, 2014
Venue: Ginza Cozy Corner stores across Japan
Ginza Cozy Corner:http://www.cozycorner.co.jp/index.html



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Unusual and exquisite combination of French toast and chestnuts!

Freshly made French toast featuring superb ingredients, with a high-quality paste prepared with jam carefully made with no additives, and chestnuts that offer deeply delicious flavors. Why not try one with freshly ground coffee to relieve the tiredness of your travels?

Availability period: SEPTEMBER 17th~NOVEMBER 18th, 2014
Venue: Yurakucho Marui 5th Floor, 24/7 café apartment
Yurakucho Marui:http://www.0101.co.jp/stores/guide/store860.html


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A large selection of sweets that allow you to enjoy both sweet potato and chestnuts in one mouthful!

Enjoy all of six different types of sweets made with sweet potato and chestnuts at western confectionery store “Paris brest au marrons” or Japanese confectionery store “Oimo no anmitsu.” On your way back, how about buying some “Hitokoyaki Potato” as a gift?

Availability period: SEPTEMBER 10th~30th, 2014
Venue: Daimaru Tokyo, basement, food floor Hoppetown
Daimaru Tokyo:http://www.daimaru.co.jp/tokyo/

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