Food & Drink | DESSERT WATCH

Untouchable Toffee opens second branch in Harajuku

by Patrick ST. Michel

Special To The Japan Times

Untouchable Toffee opened its first store in Hamamatsu back in 2013, but the candy company didn’t launch a second branch until late last year when it settled in the hipper neighborhood of Harajuku.

The smaller outpost (4-26-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo) serves up five varieties of the treat — plain, dark chocolate, white chocolate, coffee and citron — with a small bag of one flavor costing ¥680. The plain toffee delivers a solid crunch, but in trying the dark chocolate it was easy to see why it’s the most popular flavor. Just remember to brush your teeth after you’re finished.

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