Les canelés de saison |“Fleur de sel de Guérande” et “Mango Orange”

    July 1st is the day Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, opens for climbers. Mountains were considered to be sacred and climbing mountains on weekdays used to be prohibited but it became open for climbing during a certain period during the summer. Some festivals are held throughout Japan on this day to wish for safety of climbing mountains. Mt. Fuji has been registered as a world heritage site since 2013 and the 3 climbing routes from Shizuoka side are open from 10th of July to 10th of September. More than 300,000 people visit to climb every year during these 2 months. It would be a great idea to climb the mountains nearby and enjoy the sound of wind and birds for this summer. Our pair of seasonal canelés for this month, “Salt of Guérande” and “Mango Orange” are available from today, July 1st. The Salt of Guérande canelés are made with salty dough flavored with “fruits of the sea” or salt of Guérande, France. You would enjoy the fresh afternote spreading as the mild saltiness gently brings out its sweetness. The Mango Orange canelés have dried mango covered by white bean paste inside, decorated with our homemade fresh mango orange jam and rosemary on top. Its juicy orange color sparkles like the summer sun.