Life is a journey with many paths waiting to be discovered. In varying degrees, the little moments we experience along our journey, helps enrich our days. It was one such journey that led to the founding of CHAMI in Japan. The Founder of CHAMI, Sayaka TAKEMOTO has been discovering the wonders of foods and richness of nature in the world. She set out to re-create these subtly complex tastes, creating a confectionary fusion rooted in Japan.
CHAMI means an understanding of ingredients and an exploration into the right degrees of combination that infuses our creations with its unique flavor. This is how we capture the ‘everyday’ and reshape them for everyone to appreciate and enjoy.
We continue to be inspired by the people we meet. In return, it is our hope that everyone encountering our creations will intuitively feel the subtle degrees of the CHAMI experience.
Our coffee is made with the highest quality beans that are sourced from all over the world. Each of CHAMI’s coffee selections are brewed at the specific temperature of ℃elsius to bring out our coffee’s unique characteristic and taste profiles that perfectly matches our Japanese sandwiches and ℃ustardo jams. This is what we call the CHAMI Coffee Degree °.
CHAMI’s Custardo is in-house produced jams that are made with carefully selected ingredients. Having refined the taste of Custardo over five years, we now offer a range of delectable jams that perfectly balances the flavours of Hokkaido milk, coconut milk, almond milk, and eggs, with our special blend of 7 aromatic spices. Custardo can also be enjoyed as a pudding and is offered as a cream-filling in two of our popular pastries, the Custardo Croissant and Custardo Choux.
In CHAMI, every design decision we make is to simplify what is unnecessary. We implemented our product, interior and packaging with this new perspective, to ensure they function with ease and are pleasing to the eyes. For example, we only show the most necessary information on our packaging, to make sure the customer knows what is the product make from. Whether it is baking or brewing, it is the same design process. A good recipe is always simple, but simple ingredients can be harder to achieve than a complex one.