Limited-time store appears at Kirarina Keio Kichijoji “kawara no ocha kanure” (kawara tea cane)


The “kawara CAFE at Home” is the official online store of the “kawara CAFE” brand. The tea canele, which was so popular that it sold out every day, will be available at Kirarina Keio Kichijoji for a limited time from January 14 (Sat.) to January 27 (Fri.).

The “Matcha Canulé” is made with Shizuoka matcha green tea, which has a sweet taste with the elegant bitterness of matcha green tea. The “Hojicha Cannele” is made with Shizuoka hojicha tea, which has an excellent combination of fragrant hojicha and the sweetness of the dough. The “Japanese black tea canele” is made with Japanese tea leaves and has a mild and gentle flavor.

In addition, the pop-up will offer two limited-edition products: “Chai” and a new “Purple Imo Tea Latte” flavor.

Duration: January 14th (Sat) – January 27th (Fri), 2023
Address: 〒180-0003
2-1-25 Kichijojiminami-cho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo Kirarina Keio Kichijoji
Time: 10:00-21:00
*Changes in business hours, etc. are in accordance with the rules of the facility.



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