A premium-shokupan (while bread) specialty shop opened near the Kimihata intersection of Dazaifu City on August 20. The concept of “luxury shokupan” has significantly improved people’s image for the country’s most ubiquitous type of bread, bringing many new brands to bake fluffy loaves with carefully selected ingredients. In the kitchen of Koko ni Kimeta, two types of shokupan loaves are baked daily; Itadaki (¥800) is made of domestic butter, fresh cream, and mascarpone cheese. Its rich taste completes with the sweetness of sugar and honey, too. Mitsu (¥980) features a marriage of the bread and champagne-marinated raisins.
Koko ni Kimeta Fukuoka Dazaifu Shop
Menu: 頂 (Itadaki) ¥800 (tax excl.), 蜜 (Mitsu) ¥980 (tax excl.)
2-23-10 Gojo, Dazaifu City, Fukuoka
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