Tyrolean key chain

$10.00

Speaking of Tyrolean, it is a very popular confectionery that was released by Chidori Manju Sohonpo in 1962 and is now celebrating its 60th anniversary as a souvenir from Fukuoka.
Tyrolean is a famous plateau confectionery made with Chidoriya's original melt-in-your-mouth smooth cream in a light-textured roll cookie baked crisply using a traditional Tyrolean recipe using plenty of milk and butter.

A plump key chain made in collaboration with Tyrolean, a beloved Kyushu food.
It has a vanilla package design on the front and chocolate on the back, and has a cute and plump form made of synthetic leather and cotton.

Size: Φ65×D15mm

■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.

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Speaking of Tyrolean, it is a very popular confectionery that was released by Chidori Manju Sohonpo in 1962 and is now celebrating its 60th anniversary as a souvenir from Fukuoka.
Tyrolean is a famous plateau confectionery made with Chidoriya's original melt-in-your-mouth smooth cream in a light-textured roll cookie baked crisply using a traditional Tyrolean recipe using plenty of milk and butter.

A plump key chain made in collaboration with Tyrolean, a beloved Kyushu food.
It has a vanilla package design on the front and chocolate on the back, and has a cute and plump form made of synthetic leather and cotton.

Size: Φ65×D15mm

■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.