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Japan Releases ‘Sweet Potato’ Raw Chocolate

Japan Releases ‘Sweet Potato’ Raw Chocolate

Date published: 25 October 2020

On September 1 Japan’s northern confectioner, Royce, released its ‘Yaki imo’ flavored raw chocolate, and we can’t wait to try it!

Yaki imo literally means ‘cooked potato’ or ‘roast potato’, and is made with Japanese sweet potato. Coming home to a warm sweet potato is one of the many things about autumn that Japanese people look forward to!

And now, Royce, a famous Hokkaido chocolatier, has decided to put that essence of autumn into a ‘nama chocolate’ or ‘raw chocolate.’

The combination of the nama chocolate and Anno sweet potato makes for a rich and sweet snack. It is blended with a special type of sweet potato sake, known as Akakirishima for a deep yet soft flavor.

The packaging has the typical style reminiscent of a Japanese autumn, and the chocolates themselves are tantalizing in their pure and light form.

If you’re intrigued by the fall flavors of Japan, the nama chocolates can be bought online here: https://www.royce.com/

Product name: Raw chocolate (Yaki imo)
Japanese: 生チョコレート[やきいも]
Contains: 20 pc.
Price: 821 yen including tax
Online order availability: September 1st to October 29th, 2020
(Delivery date availability: (September 3, 2020 to November 1, 2020)
 *Sales will end as soon if stock runs out regardless of the above dates.
Royce retail store availability: Sold from September 1, 2020
 *Sales will end as soon stock runs out at participating stores.
Telephone: 0120-373-612 (Lloyds mail-order center)

Please see official page for store details and change in business hours: https://www.royce.com/brand/shop/

Source: PR Times

Written by:

Cassandra Lord

Cassandra Lord

Cassandra is a British writer and translator living the residential life just outside of Tokyo. She loves finding out hidden things about Japan, and more importantly sniffing out the best food! She's never satisfied with just one hobby, and spends her time finding out new ways to use her creative skills – though the most pertinent here might be her love of Japanese calligraphy!

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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