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Totti Candy Factory

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  • hellonihon

    on Jun 13

    Giant cotton candy

    I'll say it now: I'm not a fan of cotton candy. It's too sticky and sweet and it always ends up in my hair and on my clothes. However, when I saw Totti Candy Factory, I felt compelled to buy cotton candy, even if I can't stand the stuff. Their claim to fame are these huge, shareable cotton candies. You can choose the colors (flavors) and the shape. The standard shape is a cone, but they also make a heart design too. If their regular three flavor monstrosity isn't enough for you, you can get an even bigger four favored one. They recommend the three colored one is good for two people, and the four colored one is good for three, but let me tell you how wrong this is! They are big! It took four people for us to tackle the "small" size. Admittedly, none of us are huge cotton candy fans. Unfortunately, the sugary flavors get tired very quickly. That, coupled with the Japanese humidity and afternoon sun did not make this an enjoyable treat. However, that is no fault of Totti's. They seem to put a lot of care and craft into making each creation. It's the unfortunate medium that they chose to work in. At the price, it really isn't worth it to buy for the gimmick alone. Unless you know someone or are someone who really likes cotton candy, I would give it a hard pass. That's not to say that they aren't popular with people though, because this chain seems to keep on going with no stopping!

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