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Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd. made Japanese style Valentine’s Day


  • Company Name: Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd.
  • State/Prefecture: Tokyo Prefecture
  • City/Town/Village: Ota-Ku
  • Street: 7-1-14 Omorinishi
  • Country: Japan
  • Zip/Postal Code: 143-0015
  • Phone: +81 03-3763-5111
  • Website: https://www.mary.co.jp/mary/
  • Contact: https://www.mary.co.jp/mary/contact/
  • Listed: 01/21/2018 12:20 pm
  • Expires: 330 days, 23 hours
Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd. made Japanese style Valentine’s Day
 

Mary Chocolate is established by Kentaro Hara who was engaged in confectionery manufacture, began manufacturing chocolate in a small workshop in Meguro-ku, Tokyo in 1950. Mary Chocolate has been manufacturing on using 100% cocoa butter from the era when there is no consciousness of “real chocolate” yet in Japan.

In 1958, Mary Chocolate advocated Japanese style Valentine’s Day style “Give Chocolate from Women to Men”. In Japan, there were nobody who knew Valentine’s Day then, 3 cards of 50 yen board and 1 message card of 20 yen, sales of only 170 yen. Now, the market size of Japan’s Valentine’s Day is about 138.5 billion yen.

Mary Chocolate is highly appreciated for the establishment of these unique seasonal events in Japan, and in January 2013, the Japan National Day Association gave the “Memorial Day Cultural Achievement Award” for only one company in Japan.


Mary Chocolate at “Salon du Chocolat Paris 2017″ in France

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  1. Mary Chocolate to Release Valentine’s Day Chocolate Supervised by Chocolatier, Gold Prize Winner at World’s Largest Chocolate Exhibition
    Date: Feb 5, 2018

    Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd., a Japanese manufacturer/seller of chocolates and other Western-style sweets, will release its “Kanade” chocolate brand focused on the combination of Japanese sake, Japanese tea, Japanese materials and chocolate toward Valentine’s Day in 2018 at “Isetan Bangkok” in the Thai capital.

    The culture in which women convey their feelings to men on Valentine’s Day has taken root in Japan. Valentine’s Day chocolates have spread out gradually across Japan since Mary Chocolate first introduced them in 1958. Nowadays, Valentine’s Day marks the highest daily chocolate consumption in Japan. In Thailand as well, how about women confessing their love to men once a year?

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  2. Mary Chocolate exhibit “Tokyo Chocolate” at Salon du Chocolat 2018. It will be held in Shinjuku, Tokyo from January 22
    Date: Jan 19, 2018

    Tokyo, Japan. – Manufactures and sells sweets such as high-grade gift chocolate Mary Chocolate Co., Ltd., is offering “Salon du Chocolat 2018″ to be held at Shinjuku NS Building from Monday, January 22, 2018 They will exhibit as strategic brand “TOKYO chocolate”.

    This time, we will sell “Premium Selection Box” which was popular in Salon du Chocolat Paris at the Salon du Chocolat in Tokyo. The concept is “Tokyo Ranman”. Ranman means that flowers are in full bloom, and bright sparkle. Tokyo is shining brightly now.

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