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Celebrate Pride month 2022 with the new PRIDE box🌈!
As a limited campaign, 100% of proceeds on June 10 and 11 will benefit the LGBTQIA+ community, but we will be donating 5% from every sale all month long!
The rainbow is an iconic symbol of Pride, representing the spectrum of love and highlighting the unique identities and experiences that make us "us"!
As a minority, women, LQBTQIA+ - owned company, Pride month, and all it stands for are close to our hearts.
Each year we gather at Pride parades around the nation to remember the struggles of the LQBTQIA+ community and work towards a world where everyone can express themself freely and openly. In celebration, Misaky.Tokyo has developed the rainbow-themed PRIDE box with 2 all-new flavors.
The PRIDE box features 4 favorites glittered up for the celebration plus Orange Sapphire and Purple Jasper, our all-new exclusive flavors. This box will only be around for Pride season, so don't miss the chance to spread some love this month.
A rainbow of flavors celebrating the spectrum of love❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
- Spinel (Strawberry, Cherry)
- Orange Sapphire (Blood orange, Passion fruit)
- Amber (Yuzu, Yuzu peel)
- Jade (Matcha)
- Sky Blue Topaz (Lavender)
- Purple Jasper (Purple sweet potato, Orange, Cinnamon)
<Product Info: Crystal Treats>
Crystal Treats are Vegan, Gluten-free, Natural sweets. They are additive-free and made from seaweed.
Crystal Treats are all individually handcrafted and made with a wish for well-being.
The texture of Crystal Treats is crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
< Customer's Voice>
Size: 1.2" x 1.2" x 0.4"
varies by Design
Weight: Approximately 0.5 oz - 0.7 oz varies due to Handmade
<About Founder and the Brand>
"I want to create a sweet society with Misaky.Tokyo."
When she was 9-year-old, she had a traumatic experience with 9/11. However, she also remembered vividly that a Red Cross worker appeared in front of her and gave her a little candy while waiting at JFK airport, and it gave her a sense of relief. This is the moment she wanted to recreate for others.
Years later, she became a successful marker in Japan and received several awards, such as Forbes Japan 100 Top Women 2018; however, she still felt empty. One day, she heard from her friend that there were not many sweets available for her because she is vegan and they have to be gluten-free due to Celiac disease.
Then she came up with an idea...
Most Japanese desserts are vegan, gluten-free, and visually appealing; this was her chance to replicate the comfort she experienced at JFK airport, so she created sweets that bring happiness to people to achieve the peaceful world that she envisioned.
I am cautious to avoid any contamination, including COVID-19.
We make each one by hand in a commercial kitchen registered in Redondo Beach, Los Angeles.
Our kitchen has been officially accepted to continue operating by the public health center because the kitchen has no external contact.
Additionally, we ensure the highest level of cleanliness in the kitchen, including sanitizers used to remove contaminants.