From February 2nd to March 14th, INTERSECT BY LEXUS – TOKYO hosts a special Valentine’s Day and White Day sale of Chocolat Universe, a luxury low-carb chocolate created by world-famous patissier Hironobu Tsujiguchi.
Chocolat Universe is a healthy chocolate co-developed by Tsujiguchi and Dr Satoru Yamada, inspired by their desire to make chocolate ideal for people who worry about their carbohydrate intake. Although containing no sugar, it still tastes just as sweet and melts in the mouth like quality couverture chocolate.
Chocolat Universe 1,080 yen (incl. tax)
A compact gift box with chocolate squares in 3 flavors (white, milk, dark).
6 chocolate squares (2 x 5g pieces of each flavor), 30g
Chocolat Universe Beans 1,080 yen (incl. tax)
A special set of two types of low-carb chocolates made with sugar-free Chocolat Universe.
Pecan + Chocolat au Lait
Uniquely sweet pecan nuts coated with milk chocolate.
Almond + Matcha au Lait
Roasted almonds coated in matcha white chocolate.
Visit INTERSECT to pick up this healthy yet luxury low-carb confectionary that is a perfect gift for that special someone on Valentine’s Day or White Day (March 14th).
A low-carb diet aims to consume a lower volume of carbohydrates, such as between 20-40g per meal or 70-130g per day. Research has shown that eating meals that are low in carbohydrates improves blood sugar and decreases neutral fat levels. It is also said to help prevent metabolic syndrome and diabetes as well as be suitable for dieting.
Chocolatier and pastry chef Hironobu Tsujiguchi has represented Japan on the world stage at such prestigious events as Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie, winning many contests. He has produced 13 distinct brands of patisserie around Japan and overseas, including Mont St. Clair in Tokyo. In addition to his discerning approach to ingredients and projects using confectionary to boost regional promotion, he has developed a range of healthy, low-carb sweets such as sugar-free chocolate. He also works with various corporations as well as giving lectures and publishing books.
Satoru Yamada strives to realize fun and healthy ways to enjoy food and life based on scientific evidence. He graduated from Keio University’s School of Medicine in 1994 and qualified as a medical doctor in 2003. Since 2007 he has been the director of Kitasato University Kitasato Institute Hospital’s diabetes center and also heads the Eat & Fun Health Association.