In Kitasenju Marui, a pop-up shop of Hokkaido's famous confectionery "Shiroi Koibito", which is popular all over the country, will open for a limited time. It will be held from January 13th to January 26th.
Due to the corona wreckage, homecoming and leisure activities during the year-end and New Year holidays are restricted, and many people will say, "I want to feel like traveling!" In such a New Year, a famous confectionery representing Hokkaido, one of Japan's leading tourist destinations, will appear in Kitasenju Marui! In addition to the signature product "Shiroi Koibito," there are many popular confectioneries that can only be obtained locally or at the airport.
An example of the lineup is as follows.
A fragrantly baked Lang de Cha cookie sandwiched with an original blend of chocolate just for "Shiroi Koibito". "Shiroi Koibito" is particular about keeping "the same deliciousness". The price is 12 pieces, starting from 864 yen (tax included, same below).
A crispy pie sandwiched between three fillings of blueberry, caramel, and marron, and coated with three types of chocolate that go well with each. There are three types: "white chocolate" x "marron" with a delicate taste, "black chocolate" x "blue belly" with an impressive bittersweet and sour taste, and "milk chocolate" x "caramel" with a strong richness. Prices start at 824 yen for 6 pieces.
・ White Baum TSUMUGI
By carefully kneading the white chocolate of "Shiroi Koibito" into the dough and finishing it in a state where moisture remains while baking it firmly, the "moist softness" peculiar to "White Baum TSUMUGI" was born. 1,296 yen.