Source: PR Times Pioneering butter specialty shop Canoble opens pop-up shop “Singularity and Human Errors” 2021-05-17 Mon 2021-05-17 Mon From May 13th to May 19th, butter specialty brand “Canoble” is opening a pop-up shop at the Ikebukuro location of TOBU department store During this event, there will be new product lineup release with a total of 7 new items including butter Japanese confectioneries, butter ice-cream, new butter sandwiches and butter cakes. These new items will later be available online for purchase starting May 21st in an effort to avoid large crowds during this pandemic. The theme for this pop-up event is “Singularity and Human Errors”. During a one year hiatus since their last pop-up event, it seems like CANOBLE has been really working on a new R&D concept and they will be offering to show the development they've made so far in this pop-up event. On top of their new Food 3D printer “TOPOLOGY”, which combines the latest "food technology" and real chef’s professional techniques, they have been developing new ways to pursue a better future of food. In their concept “Singularity and Human Errors”, they wish to recognize human error as an accidental opportunity for further improvement, something only humans could create, which then hopefully leads to another cue to develop new technology, rather than simply seeing them as mistakes. This will be a great opportunity for you to experience sophisticated artisans using the latest food technology. Here are the details of the event. Location: TOBU department store Ikebukuro location, B1-Hana 3 Terrace Event days: May 13th – May 19th, 2021 Time: In accordance with department business hours By - Mugi. Tags: Butter / Canoble / Japan / Technology grape Japan Food Pioneering butter specialty shop Canoble opens pop-up shop “Singularity and Human Errors” Related Article Hello Kitty Is Now A Shinkansen Bullet Train That Transforms Into A Mecha View the mid-autumn Harvest Moon from Roppongi Hills Sky Deck Melon Toast: An Easy Spinoff Of Japan’s Favorite Melon Bread Japanese Museum Looks Over Child’s Lost Stuffed Animal For 30 Years, Provides Bath And New Clothes Diorama artist crafts genius functioning mini Japanese train station in his walls Celebrate Spring Early With The World’s Only Sakura-Flavored Red Bull!