きっと芽がでるChanceのたね

A Chōfu-original mixed-grain cookie with kabocha squash seeds

The name was thought up by production staff, and is meant to convey a message of support: “Give people strength and bring about good chances! The seeds will sprout!”

The recipe was developed over a period of one year. The robustness of cane sugar and the sweetness of raisins bring out the flavor of the grains.

The kabocha squash seeds in the middle are also grown in Chōfu. Each individual seed coat is carefully removed with pliers, and then the seed is placed in the middle of the cookie.

オリジナルシールには「きっと芽がでる」と書いてあります。
Seeds of Chance are individually wrapped and sold from units of one.

The recipe is shared by four sites in Chōfu City, enabling high-volume orders.

Cookies are also available in the lobby of the General Welfare Center, as well as businesses including Chōfu no Yasai Batake, Cafe Daisuki, the Chōfu Mental Health Support Center, and Hot Rail.

カウンター越しに「チャンスのたね」が入ったかごを持つ男性。
Sold on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at the General Welfare Center.
総合福祉センター入り口。透明ガラスの自動ドア。ドアの左側に車椅子が用意されている
Sold in the spot next to the General Welfare Center reception desk.

Seeds of Chance

located in the Chōfu City General Welfare Center Etc.

Price
¥150(plus tax)
Details
An additive-free, mixed-grain cookie with a rich flavor, made with select ingredients and highlighting the many blessings of nature.

※Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Vendor
Wakakusa Shop, located in the Chōfu City General Welfare Center  Etc.
Hot Rail(ほっとれ~る)
Tea Room Cooking House(ティールーム クッキングハウス)
Cafe Daisuki(カフェ大好き)
Chōfu Mental Health Support Center(こころの健康支援センター)
Chōfu no Yasai Batake(調布のやさい畑)
Social Welfare Corporation Shigotoba Daisuki(社会福祉法人 しごと場大好き)