3 Spots To Visit For Halloween Treats
It’s October and Halloween is fast approaching. Usually, we’d all be gearing up to go trick-or-treating, but that’s definitely off the cards this year. So, we’ve rounded up some alternative places to visit to get your sweet treat fix!
Image courtesy of the InterContinental Tokyo Bay.
Head to Intercontinental Tokyo Bay for a Gothic Party that pays homage to some of the most iconic Disney villains. The Evil Queen from Snow White and Ursula from The Little Mermaid are just a couple wicked faces that will be popping up at this event. Highlights include the Queen of Hearts bitter brownie and the Wicked Witch mousse. You can eat your cake and plot revenge while getting a gorgeous view of the Tokyo Rainbow Bridge. But you better hurry, it’s only open until 29 November!
Image courtesy of Hilton Hotel.
Looking for something a little less sinister? The Hilton Hotel Tokyo has got you covered with a banquet fit for royalty. On the menu for autumn is cake, cake, and more cake! The sweet treats are inspired by Marie Antoinette and her extravagant attire. We recommend sampling the apricot jelly and rose mousse topped with raspberry cream—aptly named the Queen’s Wig. The seasonal treats will be available until 12 November, so be sure to indulge in the lavish spread and (let them) eat cake!
Image courtesy of Moshi Moshi Nippon.
What’s better than kawaii and Halloween combined? If a big night out isn’t within your budget, you can try the new Cinnamoroll and Cappuccino doughnuts at Floresta Doughnuts, a chain known for its healthy desserts. The Sanrio duo, decked out in purple witch’s hats, sit atop yummy doughnuts made from sweet potato. Grab these limited edition nibbles before 31 October!
What will you be indulging in this Halloween?
Written by Choom.