PHOTOS: Tokyo Disneyland Partnering with Sadaharu AOKI Paris Bakery to Create Premium Snacks Starting April 1st

While Tokyo Disney Resort is known for its delicious and occasionally crazy seasonal treats, the Oriental Land Company has long taken care of food in the parks on their own—until now. Starting April 1st, select locations at Tokyo Disneyland will offer exclusive Beauty and the Beast-themed treats from the acclaimed Sadaharu AOKI Paris bakery!

Matcha & Chocolate Soft Serve – ¥600 ($5.50)


At Ice Cream Cones in World Bazaar, this special cone features matcha-flavored soft serve with a chocolate cone and drizzle, and a special white chocolate square with “Tokyo Disneyland x Sadaharu AOKI Paris” printed on it. This cone is only available through June 30th.

Caramel Ganache Cookie Sandwich – ¥600 ($5.50)


At Sweetheart Cafe, also in World Bazaar, this cookie features an imprint of the Enchanted Rose from the film. The inside is filled with caramel ganache and surrounded by two chocolate sable cookies.

Matcha Cream & Chocolate Croissant – ¥550 ($5.04)


Also at Sweetheart Cafe, you’ll find a cross between western and Japanese tastes. This croissant features a chocolate-lined buttery exterior with matcha cream at the center.

Tart Campagne (Egg & Mushroom) – ¥750 ($6.87)


Eggs, pancetta, and mushrooms combine with a buttery croissant exterior to create a simple one-handed treat. This will also be sold at Sweetheart Cafe.

Tea Smoothie – ¥600 ($5.50)


Sold at Cafe Orleans in Adventureland and housed in an adorable storybook-style cup, this smoothie combines apple and caramel with black tea jelly to create a savory smoothie for adults to enjoy at the park.

Special Dessert Plate (Included with Set) – ¥2980 ($27.31)


This special dessert plate is included with the special set at Eastside Cafe in World Bazaar. The items featured are strawberry and pistachio cake & macaron, chocolate praline cake & macaron, and a rose & ruby chocolate cake. The rest of the set is a ham mousse crepe with blood orange sauce, spaghettini with a salmon cream sauce, and bread.

All of these will be available starting April 1st at the restaurants mentioned with an open ended run, save for the ice cream. Are you excited to see more premium snacks and desserts coming to Tokyo Disneyland? Let us know in the comments below!

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