Source: At Press Kyoto cafe turns Japan’s popular cat bread into traditional feline breakfast 2020-10-02 Fri 2020-10-02 Fri Heart Bread Antique Bakery's cat-shaped Neko Neko Shokupan (“neko” is “cat” in Japanese, and “shokupan” refers to fluffy, white bread) popularity in Japan continues to truck on. The hit feline-themed bread has spawned spinoffs such as watermelon flavors, as well as cat-shaped cheesecake and mini-cheesecake tarts using the king of cheeses. Now a eXcafe in Kyoto's Gion district will be serving up a new flavor the cat-shaped bread as the center piece of a traditional Japanese breakfast. The set features the new tri-colored calico cat inspired bread, which combines caramel, black cocoa, and plain flavors. Customers can toast the bread to their liking on a small shichirin charcoal grill and then apply anko red bean paste, butter, and whipped cream to their cat bread (and make a face, as seen below). The set also comes with mitarashi dango as a dessert, as well as coffee and tea options. The calico cat bread Japanese breakfast will be served at eXcafe's Gion location starting October 5th, for 1,380 yen. Address: 57-1, Motoyoshi-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto TEL: 075-533-6161 Business hours : 8: 00-18: 00 Breakfast service time: 8: 00-11: 00 By - Big Neko. Tags: Bread / Cats / Japan / Japanese food / Kyoto grape Japan Food Kyoto cafe turns Japan’s popular cat bread into traditional feline breakfast Related Article Take care of your room on the fly with cat donut hybrid humidifiers These Adorable Fruit-Shaped Bus Stops Are Helping Revitalize A Japanese Town Japanese Artist Illustrates Gigantic Animals Comforting Humans In Hard Times To Warm Your Heart Discover The Invisible Child at Moomin cafes and shops this Autumn This Hedgehog Eats Like A King And Strikes The Most Adorable Poses Try Baskin Robbins’ Glow-In-The-Dark Halloween Ice Cream And More!