Popular Croissant Brands at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store - They Might Look Similar But Wait Until You Taste the Difference!



Everyone likes a croissant, and while you can find them almost anywhere, there are speciality shops who take croissants to the next level. Today we present our picks from three croissant brands popular at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store so you can taste the difference for yourself! These croissants all have their own individuality in texture, shape, size and even how they are baked. Join us and find your new favorite.

Dalloyau - A Match for Western Dishes with a Delicate Crunchiness and Soft Finish

206_02.jpgDalloyau - Croissant 216 Yen (Including Tax)

Founded in 1802 in Paris, Dalloyau now adapts their classic recipe to the Japanese palette with unsalted butter. There is no better way to start your morning.

Hotel Okura - A Delicate Texture Paired with the Rich Aroma of Butter

206_03.jpgHotel Okura - Croissant 216 Yen (Including Tax)

A crescent-shaped croissant classic from Hotel Okura that is crispy at first but exudes a rich buttery aroma as you bite into it.

JOHAN - The Taste of Your Local Bakery

206_04.jpgJOHAN - Croissant JOHAN 238 Yen (Tax Included)

Imbued with fermented butter and baked to be crispy and crunchy yet succulent, this is a taste you will want to enjoy every day.

Enjoy trying all the croissants at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store and find your new favorite!

*All information is correct at the time of publication)
*The original publication is taken from the link below (Japanese only)


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