Source: PR Times Japans’s popular cat-shaped cake gets miniature feline bites with “Chibineko Cheesecake” 2020-09-16 Wed 2020-09-16 Wed Heart Bread Antique Bakery's cat-shaped Neko Neko Shokupan (“neko” being the word for “cat” in Japanese, and “shokupan” being the word for fluffy, white bread) has become a hit in Japan, with branches opening up in Tokyo and Kyoto, and even watermelon cat bread being served up. Recently, the bakery opened up a new sister shop that specializes in "Neko Neko Cheesecake" that makes use of "king of cheeses" Brie de Meaux and a home-made sweet and sour apricot jam for a feline-shaped cheesecake. The popular cheesecake will be a miniature kitty companion with bite-sized cheesecakes called the "Chibineko Cheesecake." The chibi version of the cat-shaped cake comes in strawberry, blueberry, mango, and kiwi jam flavors, along with the usual Brie de Meaux cheese baked into each tiny cake. The Chibineko Cheesecakes will be available at "Nekoneko Cheesecake", "Tokyo Nekoneko", "Kyoto Nekoneko", and "Nekoneko Factory" stores nationwide starting September 22nd, priced at 1,100 yen for a pack of four. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: Cakes / Cats / Japan / Sweets / Tarts grape Japan Food Japans’s popular cat-shaped cake gets miniature feline bites with “Chibineko Cheesecake” Related Article Why fight a battle you can’t win? Turn your sweat into a sweeter scent with Fragram It’s time for Japanese convenience store fried super sweet corn and chicken sticks Glossy Neon Genesis Evangelion Ice Watches released in Japan 870 Years And 55 Generations: A Look At Japan’s Oldest Sake Brewer Exclusive Sakura Drinks, Desserts, Tumblers, And More At Tully’s Coffee Stores In Tokyo How Many Toy Mice Does It Take To Wake Up A Sleepy Cat? This Person Might Not Have Enough To Answer!