100% Chocolate Cafe. – Sky Tree Solamachi by Wonderwall, Tokyo

July 15th, 2012 by retail design blog

An Evolved “Chocolate Kitchen” 100%ChocolateCafe. opened its second shop at Tokyo Solamachi, located in the new Tokyo landmark, Tokyo Sky Tree. The café features an open kitchen where visitors can watch the process of sweets being made through a display of glazed boxes containing ingredients of 56 different types of chocolate, creating a tempting atmosphere of a “chocolate kitchen” similar to the first 100%ChocolateCafe. in Kyobashi.

This second café has an in-store goods shop and takeout counter just outside the café. The systematical display of sweets and a variety of original items are combined with an easy-to-view, easy-to-buy layout, enhancing the overall accessibility.

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