[Gion Tsujiri & Neko Neko] First hojicha flavor “Neko Neko Bread: Houjicha Tora” released in collaboration.


Following the popularity of “Nekoneko Bread Matcha-cha Tora” sold for two consecutive years, “Nekoneko Bread Houjicha Tora” will be released on October 1. This nekoneko bread is a cross between a dough kneaded with aromatic hojicha tea and caramel dough, and is designed to resemble a “brown tiger cat. It is recommended as a gift for people who like hojicha tea and tea tigers.

Cat cat bread Houjicha Tora

This is a “brown tiger cat” image bread baked with a layer of dough kneaded with hojicha tea from Gion Tsujiri, a Uji tea specialty store in Kyoto, and a layer of caramel dough kneaded with white chocolate.

The aromatic hojicha tea that fills the mouth, the richness of the white chocolate and the sweetness of the caramel dough. You can enjoy the combination of Japanese and Western flavors in the milky dough made of 100% milk.

Sale period: October 1, 2023 (Sunday) – October 31, 2023 (Tuesday)
Price: 1 piece; 880 yen (tax included) *1
Store: Store that sells Nekoneko bread

※1: Prices differ in the online store. No single items are sold separately.
>Official Online Store All Hearts Mall

Online Store Limited Flavor Purple Imo + Tortoiseshell Cat

This is a perfect autumn bread baked with sweet potatoes kneaded into the purple sweet-potato flavored dough. The milky flavor of the Nekoneko Bakupan goes well with the sweet potato’s gentle, dusty taste and texture. This Nekoneko Bakupan is a perfect autumnal treat, not only in taste, but also visually.

※2 Shipment will be made approximately 5 to 10 days after payment is received.
>Official Online Store All Hearts Mall

Sale period: October 1, 2023 (Sunday) – October 31, 2023 (Tuesday) *2
Price: 1 set; 3,580 yen (tax included)
Shipping method: Frozen delivery



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