[Hotel Gajoen Tokyo] Limited release of “Cookie Tin Dragon” zodiac sweets for the year 2024.


Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, a museum hotel of Japanese beauty, will sell “Cookie Tins, Dragon” in a design tin featuring artwork from the hotel from December 27, 2023 (Wed) to February 29, 2024 (Thu).

Cookie tins from PATISSERIE “Shiori Anzu 1928,” which offers chocolates and other sweets created by Pastry Chef Takeya Ikuno, as well as original delicatessen products from the hotel.

The cans, designed after the Chinese zodiac sign for the year 2024, are ideal as New Year’s gifts. We hope you will enjoy the New Year with artistic zodiac sweets unique to Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, whose brand concept is “a museum hotel of Japanese beauty.

Sales period: Wednesday, December 27, 2023 – Thursday, February 29, 2024
Charge: 5,000 yen (tax included)
flavor: Sesame / Butter / Cocoa / Kinako / Yaki Chocolat Lemon / Wasanbon / Strawberry / Yaki Chocolat Milk / Sansho Cocoa / Green Tea / Caramel & Hazelnut / Tea

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Dragon sculpture as a motif
invitingly large gate



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