Chocolate Burger of Tokyo Hyatt Regency’s Café

The burger features beef patty made with domestic beef, avocado, mozzarella cheese sandwiched between sweet buns kneaded with chocolate.

Two type of sauces, Japanese-style ginger chocolate sauce or Western-style red wine chocolate sauce are offered for the burger.

The price is 3,993 yen for eat-in and 3,300 yen for take-out (tax and service charge included).

Sculpture Chocolate of Bubo Barcelona in Tokyo, Japan

Break My Heart

Inside the large heart are 12 pieces of small heart-shape chocolate. You’ll have to smash the big heart to eat them.

The price is 7900 yen (plus tax).

New Character Sweets at Hotel Metropolitan’s Crossdine Cake Shop in Tokyo, Japan

Penguin Chocolate

The 16.5 cm tall self-supporting penquin is made with caramelised hazelnut chocolate. The price is 4,000 yen (plus tax).

Penguin Valentine Cake

The cake has two layers of raspberry mousse and raspberry jelly, coated with caramel-flavored chocolate mousse. The price is 4,500 yen (plus tax).

Pringles Releases Exclusive Japanese Fried Chicken Flavour Chips in Japan

Pringles says the idea for the latest flavour sprang from Japan’s new normal, where less and less people are eating out at izakayas due to the pandemic. By recreating a favourite izakaya snack, people can now get a taste of the tavern’s fun, lively atmosphere at home, without having to spend time fussing about in the kitchen.

On sale around Japan from 25 January, the karaage (からあげ) Pringles will be available in large and small tubes, but only for a limited time.

New Burger of First Kitchen Japan

FK All-star Burger

The large burger features fried chicken, bacon, two beef patties, cheese, lettuce, onions, tomatoes and pickles.

The price is 980 yen (tax included).