Omiyage of the Month
Hiroo Bistine Cranberry Cheese
This month's omiyage highlight is a set of biscuits that has a "snacks for adult" as its concept.
Cranberry and cheese ganache are sandwiched between biscuit baked with a unique blend of cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon.
The package features an original illustration of a woman walking with her dog along the streets of Hiroo, Tokyo.
It makes a perfect gift, especially during this season of love.
We hope you enjoy this specialty with its delicious tastes combination.
Located just a short walk from Ryogoku Station in Tokyo, Azuma Arare was founded in 1910 by Masuemi Kobayashi (小林正典). This quaint shop is most famous for its tasty traditional confectionery known as arare (あられ small pieces of grilled rice crackers).
Since its establishment, Azuma Arare has always focused on learning from the past, leaving the essential things as they are while renewing things to adapt to the changing times.
As a result, the arare comes in various flavours ranging from traditional flavours that many are familiar with, to western-fusion flavours such as Gouda Cheese and Pepperoncini.
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