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Hokkaido Milk Kasutera (北海道牛乳カステラ)

Pastries

A cafe which also sells sweets located on the third floor of the Connecting Path in New Chitose Airport. Here you can buy Hokkaido Milk Kasutera created with milk from 1-2 Farm in Akan-cho in Kushiro City by Hironobu Tsujiguchi, a pastry chef who has won awards in international confectionary competitions. There are also stick rusks made by frying kasutera in Hokkaido butter and crispy rusk cubes sprinkled with caramel and powdered sugar. In the cafe area, you can have a cup of original milk coffee, fresh milk, or soft serve ice cream.

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Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Contact Facility 3F (Ishikari / Sorachi / ChitoseArea)

phone 0123462205
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9:00-20:00
[Salon Space] 10:00-19:30 (L.O.19:00)
* Subject to change depending on the season

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Address
Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Contact Facility 3F [map]
Area
Ishikari / Sorachi / ChitoseArea
Phone
0123462205
Hours
9:00-20:00
[Salon Space] 10:00-19:30 (L.O.19:00)
* Subject to change depending on the season
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Available (Airport Wi-Fi)
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Not just a prefecture but an island of its own, Hokkaido is the most northerly prefecture and island of the Japanese archipelago. Arriving in Hokkaido, which is rural and bursting with breathtaking nature, means entering a world where vast national parks, towering mountains, and natural hot springs can be found at every turn. Come December, these natural splendors freeze over and morph into a winter wonderland.