Floresta Nature doughnuts.
Plain doughnut for 130 yens.
Chocolate doughnut for 160 yens.
The ingredients used are flour, brown sugar, egg, butter, salt, white chocolate, milk chocolate, almonds, vegetable oil, baking powder, soy milk.
And many more! If you’re in Tokyo, at Shinjuku, the closest shop would be the one at Koenji.
Florest nature doughnut Koenji shop
Tokyo 3-34-14 Koenji kita Suginami-ku
Siretoco factory has a shop at the Ueno station but they also have the particularity to sell their product on the internet. They have caramel candies, gelato, and the cutest doughnuts ever they became famous for.
Those doughnuts are not only cute but also delicious. Honey and Caramel from Hokkaido are the secret ingredients of those baked doughnut recipe!
Let me introduce you to Kumagoron. There’s a cute story behind the creation of Kumagoron. In 2012, a baby panda born at Ueno zoo dies of pneumonia and left a hole inn everyone’s heart. That’s why Siretoco factory began to put a cute baby panda face in the holes of each doughnuts. They’re handmade so each one of them have a slightly different expression.