The Miffy Sakura Bakery

Hiding in Arashiyama, on the outskirts of Kyoto, Japan, is the Miffy Sakura Bakery.

The sweet little café fuses traditional Japanese culture with Dick Bruna’s adorable little bunny.

The bakery opened on 3rd October 2018 and is located near one of Arashiyama’s most famous spots, the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.

It has a range of licensed Miffy merchandise available to buy, as well as an exclusive range of Miffy-inspired traditional Kyoto pottery.

There are all sorts of Miffy-themed treats for guests to take away, including The Miffy anpan, shaped like Miffy’s face and filled with deliciously sweet adzuki bean paste. In honour of Miffy’s love for carrots, the carrot bread is made with carrot puree and contains an egg salad and the cubed shaped loaf is filled with delightful white chocolate and bitter matcha and has Miffy’s face printed on the side, along with the shop logo.

For a limited time, guests will be able to get their hands on this cute and round Miffy bread. It is made in the image of a daruma doll (a Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism) and is filled with rich matcha cream.

The Miffy Sakura is a must for any Miffy fans, so why not start saving for your flight to Japan! The Miffy fun doesn’t stop there, check out all the other Miffy-themed things to do in Japan HERE.

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6 comments

  1. Evette Williams

    Japan

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  2. Answer for the competition: Japan 😉

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  3. Jayne Boldy

    The Miffy Bakery is in Japan x :

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  4. Davina Mellon

    Miffy Sakura Bakery is in Japan 🙂 would love to visit!

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