Andersen, a well-known bakery in the city, has announced that he will carry out two Christmas projects in collaboration with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark. It seems that both sides' desire to spread Danish culture in Japan overlapped and realized. Nice.
However, this project is more luxurious than I expected. 20 groups of 40 people were invited to the Christmas dinner party (sponsored by the Danish ambassador) held at the Danish ambassador's residence! It's the ambassador's residence, the ambassador's residence! Needless to say, it is rarely put in.
At the Christmas party, you can enjoy traditional Danish Christmas dishes in a Danish pastry space, as well as experience rice pudding games that are often done in Denmark and Christmas gift time around the Christmas tree. .. Well, present time at the ambassador's residence ...? Exchange it for less than hundreds of yen when you were little! Did you decide on a budget ...? No, it's amazing. I want to go this.
Another project is the "Eure Calendar" event, which starts on December 1st, sponsored by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark. Huret is the Danish word for Christmas. It is a calendar where you can get small gifts every day while counting down to Christmas for 24 days from December 1st to 24th. Christmas has been one of the pleasures of children who can't wait for Christmas since ancient times in Denmark.
From December 1st, every day from December 1st, gifts provided by companies related to Denmark will be displayed on the calendar of the day, and anyone can apply for this event. This is also a dream project.
In addition, Christmas products will be on sale at all stores from November 1st to coincide with these events. In addition to "Stollen", which is indispensable for enjoying Advent, "Steinmetz Stollen (Hazelnus)" (2100 yen including tax) is newly introduced this year. Hazelnut means hazelnut in German. It is an adult taste that you can enjoy the richness of hazelnuts and the flavor of spices. Using Steinmetz flour, hazelnuts and chocolate, rum and dried fruits soaked in Kirsh are added to the dough with spices and vanilla, and hazelnut paste is rolled in and finished with powdered sugar.
You can apply for the Christmas gift campaign by Andersen with an application postcard that you can get at the cash register for every purchase of 1,050 yen or more during the period until November 30th. In addition to the Christmas party invitation ticket at the Danish ambassador's residence of 20 pairs, there is a chance to win an assortment of baked goods and Hugge products.
Since its founding, Andersen has continued to interact with Denmark, using the Danish lifestyle as a model, but it is said that this is the first time that an event for customers has been realized at the Danish Ambassador's residence. No, this is amazing ... I am very attracted to the Christmas party at the ambassador's residence. I wonder if I'll do my best to eat bread ...