Lets make a chocolat

Lets make a chocolate of your own at Osaka Shinsaibashi♪

DATE: Shopping/

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February 14th is Valentines Day.

This day is one of the biggest day in Japan, and chocolate will be sold everywhere for this day.
Some may make handmade chocolates, but there’s probably many who can’t make chocolates because they are busy.
But when it comes to buying chocolates, it’s also difficult because there are so many different types.

But no need to worry!

Today, we’re going to introduce you a store where you can make your very own original chocolate.

~Over 700 types of DECO Choco~
Make your own chocolate at DECO Choco Store Shinsaibashi!

store interior
Tirol chocolate with messages
Osaka-limited Tirol chocolate

Making chocolate doesn’t mean making chocolate from the very beginning!
Instead, you combine the chocolate with different designs!
In the store, there are over 700 types of Tirol chocolate with different wrappings and designs.
In addition to those with alphabet designs and hiragana designs, there are chocolates with the wrapping of original characters or messages as well. There are even some unique designs with Kansai-dialect messages written on the wrapping!
The one giving the chocolate can also enjoy choosing the combination!

You can buy from 1 chocolate, but there are boxes available from 2 chocolates.
The recommended box is the 10 chocolate set! You can combine multiple chocolates to make a message!

【Prices for DECO Choco】

1 piece・・・74 yen (without tax)
DECO Choco 10 piece set (Including gift box)・・・1,040 yen (without tax)

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Name of the facility
DECO Choco Store Shinsaibashi

1F Sanei Shinsaibashi Building, 1-13-15 Nishishinsaibashi, Chuo-ward. Osaka-shi



Nearest station
Shinsaibashi Station (Osaka Metro Midosuji line, Osaka Metro Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi line)▶ Right by Crysta Nagahori South 16, 17 exits.

Business hours
11:30-19:30 (Order made reception from 11:30 to 18:30) ※May close earlier in case there is a large number of orders.

Regular holiday
New Year's Holidays