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Gorgeous and Elegance! "Hilton Tokyo" Offers Christmas Cakes for 2019

Patisserie "FILOU" on the second floor of Hilton Tokyo will start accepting reservations for Christmas cakes from November 1st.

The theme of this year's Christmas cake presented by executive pastry chef Osamu Harita is "Royal Christmas of Her Majesty".
"The Crown" is magnificent beautiful chocolate cake with delicate chocolate decoration like a crow is 18cm / 9000 yen (tax included), it is a luxurious mix of mixed berry ganache, walnut duckworth, and berry sauce.
"Eve madeno Jikan'' is a watch shaped cake with chestnut and chocolate decorations scattered  gold leaves on top, 18.5 cm / 6000 yen (tax included). It features rich creamy flavor with two layers of bases part such as Duckworth and Praline Fiantine, topped on chest nut cream, hazelnut and espresso mousse.Other than that, "Queen's Pearl'' decorated with white chocolate and pearl chocolate on the top, is inspired of an elegant pearl brooch to give to the Queen, 19 cm / 6500 yen (tax included),"Royal Emerald" 17cm / 5600 yen (tax included) has great marriage of pistachio and raspberry with a decoration like a jewelry box."Princess Shortcake" 10cm to 3600 yen (tax included), which has a high-quality cream and plenty of strawberries on the cake,

Also, Christmas illuminations and decorations will begin in the hall, and the Christmas mood will be peaking!

At “Chocolate Boutique” on the first floor, "Large gingerbread house" will be appeared, and Christmas sweets such as Christmas Stollen, Baumkuchen, chocolate and gingerbread will be sold there.

The reservation period for Christmas cakes is from November 1 to December 20, and handling period is from December 10 to December 25.

"The Crown" is only available 30 units, and the "Time to Eve", "Queen's Pearl" and "Royal Emerald" will be available only for 50 units.

Would you like to taste rich hotel-made cake for this Christmas?

■"Hilton Tokyo"
Address:6 Chome-6-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo