LITTLE M OTHER HOUSE (Little MOTHERHOUSE), whose philosophy is "From developing countries to the world, the potential of food", will open a factory shop with a chocolate atelier in Ginza, Tokyo. As a new production and sales base, we will deliver the charm of rich food ingredients from developing countries.
A new business model with three spaces: a workshop, a store, and a café
The new factory store will be the brand's flagship store with three functions: production, sales, and café, and will be the first specialty store of LITTLE M OTHER HOUSE.
The workshop space, where products are produced and developed, has a glass wall so that customers can see the production process at any time. The store space will feature a lineup of products centered around the standard product "IRODORI Chocolate," which can easily be used as souvenirs. The café space will also offer limited-edition sweets that can only be found here. Selected coffee (from Indonesia) and tea (from Sri Lanka) are available for take-out.
The restaurant's interior is full of attention to detail besides the food menu, such as the use of wood from Indonesia, and was created with the aim of creating a relaxing space where you can feel the atmosphere of the place of production somewhere in the middle of the restaurant.
Irodori Chocolate" has undergone a renewal and is now available
White The popular chocolate-based "Irodori Chocolate," which offers 12 different flavors, has been renewed for an even more delicious taste. New flavors include savory and mellow pistachio, refreshingly sour shikwasa, and mascarpone, whose sweetness is enhanced by the delicious taste of cheese. Enjoy the colorful flavors, whether you choose them by taste or color.
Store space: Products available
Irodori Chocolate" 1,296 yen each (tax included)
Tablet-shaped White chocolates made from an original formula. You can enjoy 12 different flavors based on the theme of Japan's four seasons. The beautiful gradation of colors inside and in the package make these chocolates a popular signature item as gifts and souvenirs.
Traveling Financier (6 pieces): 1,998 yen (tax included)
This set of baked sweets offers different flavors, each kneaded with cacao nibs from Indonesia, coffee, cinnamon from Sri Lanka, coconut, and more.
Cafe Space Menu
Traveling Sweets Set" 1,320 yen (tax included)
This set includes chocolate made from Indonesian cacao, an original plate of Sri Lankan coconut financier, and carefully selected coffee and tea.
Store Outline】 【Outline of Store
Name: LITTLE M OTHER HOUSE CHOCOLATE FACTORY SHOP
(Japanese notation: Little MOTHERHOUSE Chocolate Factory Shop)
Opening date: Friday, September 30, 2022
Opening hours: Shop 11:00-19:00 / Cafe 12:00-18:00
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays (If a Monday or Tuesday falls on a national holiday, the following weekday will be closed.)
Address: 1F Pulp and Paper Kaikan, 3-9-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
About [LITTLE M OTHER HOUSE (Little MOTHERHOUSE)
A food brand from MOTHERHOUSE launched in February 2021. With the philosophy of "bringing the potential of food from developing countries to the world," the company develops and sells original products that shed light on the rich food ingredients and cultures of developing countries. As a first step, we are developing products using Indonesian cacao in collaboration with the chocolate brand "Dari K" (Kyoto, Japan).
Web: https: //info.motherhouse.co.jp/little/
Creating a global brand from developing countries Since its establishment in 2006, the company has been making products in Bangladesh, Nepal, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, and Myanmar, utilizing the materials and cultures of each of the six countries. As of September 2022, the company operates 38 stores in Japan, 4 stores in Taiwan, 1 store in Hong Kong, and 2 stores in Singapore.
Company name Kabushiki Kaisha, Ltd. MOTHERHOUSE
Location NSK Building 2F, 2-27-3 Taito, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Established March 9, 2006
Capital 27,950,000 yen
Business Description Planning, production, and quality guidance of apparel products and sundry goods in developing countries, and sales of the same products in developed countries
Representative Eriko Yamaguchi