Arinco was a most delectable matcha experience I had to date during my Arashiyama (嵐山) Park visit in Kyoto, Japan

I visited Kyoto, Japan last November 2016. This was one of the fanciest things I have stumbled upon during my day trip at Arashiyama (嵐山) Park, in Kyoto, Japan.

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If you look closely, the chocolate was made of delectable refined milk, sugar, and matcha powder. For some reason, it was really an unforgettable treat. The sensation of how it melted as I took my bite has not been paralleled by anything I know, yet.

As you can see here: This matcha chocolate was hand crafted right there and then at Arino.jp branch in Arashiyama (嵐山) Park, Kyoto, Japan.

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The lady right on the photo above is seen crafting the Matcha chocolate by hand.

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I wasn’t able to try this Kyo Roll on the photo. I know I’ll have to try it when I go back. It’s one of those things you’ll need a friend to share it with. Since I went to Kyoto, Japan alone, I decided to skip it during my last visit.

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I’ll tell you a secret. This Matcha chocolate, actually, fell on the cement floor.

Yes. I ate it. It costed gold– and even if other tourists saw me, they’ll never remember who I was. Plus! It makes a great story now. Clueless Commuter's LOL smiley

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The set comes with hot matcha milk. The drink didn’t quite made as much impact compared to the matcha chocolate, but they definitely blended memorably as a pair. The drink also became memorable as it was warm during the chilly November autumn weather.

The matcha drink is actually available in a hot or cold variant.

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A few high school students seemed to have also been enjoying another local treat from Arashiyama (嵐山) on these photos.

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Try Arinco’s matcha chocolate and goodies if ever you get to visit Arashiyama Park in Kyoto, Japan. It’s just a delectable as how it looks. It was so refined and delectable, I can vividly recall how it the sensation of melting matcha felt inside my head.

Meanwhile, leave a comment below if you’ve got a similar matcha experience to share. Until next time!

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