What it is: It is a bakery, but not with that typical craft look. It has a very clean interior and not old fashioned at all. This bakery, called Panscape, is located in Kyoto and presents its food in a different kind of way; fresh, simple and selected.
Why it is cool: Nowadays we are craving for natural ingredients, great looks and great tastes in food. And we are willing to pay for good quality, because that is also good for our quality of life. We feel better if we eat good food. Bread is one of those food, which is important to most of us. We like to entrance a bakery where we can smell fresh baked bread. But sadly we often only find bakery’s that don’t bake bread themselves. As lucky as we are, a new kind of bakery’s is coming up. They show their baking process and offer their bread in a simple, but stylish way. Because of simple interior you are not distracted by other things, so you can keep your concentration on your needs. Also they put their fresh baked bread in their showcase, what makes it easier to choose. This makes clear that in food it is all about quality, location, presentation and destination.
Why it has future growth potential: Panscape will probably attract young people with an eye for style and handcraft, also because of its stunning attention to detail (Don’t miss the little hole in the wall for a mouse). You can see everything that a bakery needs; the oven, the flour and the bread. It gives total transparency. No hodgepodge, just the necessary.