Hatsune Miku is teaming up with the traditional Kyoto-based Japanese sweets shop, Shogoin Yatsuhashi, for some traditional treats which will certainly take you back to ancient Japan


Founded in 1689, Shogoin Yatsuhashi has been known for their delectable Japanese treats, and when the Magical Mirai 2014 event rolls in, they will be selling these traditional Japanese treats with a Miku twist.

The Hatsune Miku traditional Shogoin Yatsuhashi will come in two flavors, namely strawberry and matcha. Each box comes with 10 pieces of sweets and will cost 1,500 yen.

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The Kyoto Sho Shokora meanwhile will also come in two flavors, milk chocolate and green tea. Each box comes with 12 pieces of sweets and will also cost 1,500 yen.

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Those who will purchase these traditional Japanese sweets will also be getting these A-4-size clear files.

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They will be sold during the Osaka Leg of Magical Mirai 2014 which will be happening this August 30, 2014.

Shogoin Yatsuhashi is also responsible for some Japanese sweets with a Madoka Magica theme.

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source: Animate


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