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Some food manufacturers showcase their expertise in directly run stores featuring must-try exclusive products

100%ChocolateCafe.

Meiji runs a shop in Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, under the concept of a cafe that serves the 100% experience of the charms and possibilities of chocolate. It offers chocolate-flavored drinks and soft-serve ice cream, 56 varieties of bite-sized chocolates featuring select cocoa beans and a variety of flavors from around the world, and seasonal products.
For details, visit the establishment’s website (external link) (Japanese)

  • 1. Exterior
  • 2. 56 varieties of chocolates
  • 3. Eat-in space
  • 4. Interior

Calbee+

Calbee runs four shops in Tokyo under the concept of an antenna shop that offers a delicious, fun experience. Branches with an eat-in corner serve freshly fried potato chips and potato chips with original toppings. The to-go sales floor carries products sold only at that shop and items like Jagarico lids.
For details, visit the establishment’s website (external link) (Japanese)

  • 1. DiverCity Tokyo Plaza branch
  • 2. Royce Chocolate-flavored Potato Chips
  • 3. Poterico
  • 4. Harajuku Takeshita-dori Street branch

Glico-ya Kitchen

Glico opened shop in 2012 in Tokyo Okashi Land, in First Avenue Tokyo Station. It offers limited-edition original products and snacks like almonds freshly roasted and seasoned in the store, and Almond Chocolate made with those almonds. It’s fun to watch this preparation process through the glass window, too.
For details, visit the establishment’s website (external link) (Japanese)

  • 1. Exterior
  • 2. Interior
  • 3. Almond Chocolate, Cocoa

Ninben Nihonbashi Store

Ninben, a prestigious maker of katsuobushi dried bonito flakes in business for over 300 years, runs a store under the concept of delivering the deliciousness of dashi soup stock to people around the world. It sells Ninben products, demonstrates the process of shaving dried bonito flakes, and comes complete with an eat-in space called Nihonbashi Dashi Bar serving fresh-made stock, and rice and soup prepared with it.
For details, visit the establishment’s website (external link) (Japanese)

  • 1. Exterior
  • 2. Interior
  • 3. Kaoru Aji Dashi pack

Morinaga Okashina Okashiya-san

Morinaga runs three “quirky candy shops” in Japan, the only in the Kanto region being in Tokyo Okashi Land, in the Yaesu underground shopping mall of JR Tokyo Station. It sells Tokyo limited-edition snacks as well as merchandise of the character Patissier Kyoro-chan. On weekends and holidays, it entertains visitors with irregular performances themed around snacks.
For details, visit the establishment’s website (external link) (Japanese)

  • 1. Exterior
  • 2. Interior
  • 3. Okashina Okashi House Kit
  • 4. Chocoball Okashina Big Box, Tokyo limited edition

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