Jeanette Aw’s sweet store “Once Upon A Time” and Takasaki strawberries have collaborated to create a wonderful sweet “Haru Hime （春ひめ）” by Jeanette’s hand.
The title of this season’s product is “Haru Hime”, meaning princess of spring. It evokes the freshness of spring and reflects the season when strawberries are harvested. The sponge cake is soaked in strawberry syrup (with liqueur), filled with sliced strawberry compote, covered with Earl Grey mousse, and finished with a white chocolate velvet spray.
Read more “We are pleased to announce another collaboration between Jeanette Aw and Takasaki! This year, again, we are celebrating Jeanette Aw and Takasaki strawberries (Yayoi Hime, a variety from Gunma Prefecture), which was very popular last year!”
As Takasaki’s PR ambassador, Ms. Jeanette Aw opened a sweet store “Once Upon A Time” in Singapore in the spring of 2021 in addition to her acting career. Since then, in collaboration with Takasaki, she has developed and sold original products using Takasaki fruits. So far, the sweets using Takasaki’s jumbo pears, yuzu, strawberries, etc. have all been well received!
It has been one year since we opened a permanent store in Singapore where you can purchase Takasaki’s agricultural products. Since its opening, we have been delivering fresh Takasaki produce to Singapore every week and have received patronage from a wide range of people, both Japanese and local Singaporeans.
Following the encouraging response from the Singapore market towards the past 2 series of Takasaki Pop-up Store (held in Takashimaya and Isetan Scotts), we are back for another run!
Read more “Takasaki POP-UP Store is back! July-Oct 2021”
Takasaki Store is happening NOW in Takashimaya and Isetan Scotts!
Missing Japan? Join us at the Takasaki Fair at Every – your favourite Japanese convenience store and cafe, in Havelock and Potong Pasir from now till 31 December 2020
Takasaki Umeshu Fest is happening now till End November! Savour these limited edition
Umeshu concoctions, made with fragrant Japanese plum blossoms (Ume), straight from Takasaki city – Top plum harvester in East Japan!