Tokyo × Sweets/Snacks/FoodPage: 1/2
Today, I'd like to introduce a famous sweet souvenir from Tokyo, the "Sugar Butter Tree". With its adorable appearance, your clients or friends and family will be delighted to receive this box of cookies as a gift.
CAKETALE created a langue de chat cookie in the shape of a pancake, which has been sold as a Tokyo souvenir since 2017. Its cute appearance and delicious taste make this a very popular gift!
This article will introduce to you a sightseeing plan for Tokyo this summer that visits some great photogenic spots using the “Toei Marugoto Kippu”!
While stopping at a highway service area, I discovered a yummy-looking treat called Tokyo Kongari Caramel Rusk. It's only available at airports and highway service areas in Tokyo and the surrounding regions.
I got these delicious-looking chocolate treats as a Tokyo souvenir.
Apparently this “Tokyo Funwari Chocolat” is being sold at Haneda Airport and Tokyo Station!
From Tokyo’s Confection Series “Tokyo Banana” Comes the Fall and Winter-Limited Chestnut Flavor, “Ginza Mont Blanc Cake”Read Later
“Tokyo Banana,” a fluffy and soft sponge cake filled with a banana paste custard, is a favorite of even those who dislike bananas like myself!
And now I’ve discovered the chestnut version of that very same Tokyo Banana! It’s called the “Ginza Mont Blanc Cake”!
“Nihonbashi Fukushimakan MIDETTE” is a shop specializing in Fukushima products located at Nihonbashi area in Tokyo.
The lineup of their products includes the nation’s top quality Japanese sake and fruits among other local specialties. The shop also provides information for Fukushima tourism.
Starting on August 21st 2017, they are going to start an event called “Fukushima Gourmet Fair” where local dishes will be available!
What’s more, with a coupon in our media, you will be receiving a special deal!
The basement floors of Japanese department stores, often referred to as “depachika,” are veritable treasure troves of high-quality food products to choose from! This time, I’d like to introduce a product called “Omedetai Osuimono,” or “auspicious soup,” made by Hayashi Kyuemon, a brand I fell in love with at first sight!