From July 9th, Juchheim will offer freshly baked Baumkuchen from AI Baum craftsman THEO and coffee that suits the taste of the person at Misharak Omotesando in Omotesando, Tokyo. We have started a plan for all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink coffee. The store is open for a limited time until the end of July, and is open from 12:00 to 18:00. Tuesday is a regular holiday. The all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink plan is held only on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and the time limit is 60 minutes. The fee is 2200 yen (tax included). The regular price is 715 yen (tax included) for a cup of haute couture coffee, and 550 yen (tax included) for Baumkuchen plate (original) butter and whipped cream. The theme of this limited-time store is “food haute couture x technology” that the company thinks. THEO is an AI-equipped Baumkuchen oven developed by Juchheim. By analyzing the baking condition of the dough baked by the craftsman with an image sensor for each layer, the technology is machine-learned by AI and converted into data to bake Baumkuchen at the same level as the craftsman unmanned. It took five years to produce with the cooperation of veteran confectioners, robotics researchers, AI experts, and designers. Recreating the taste of Baumkuchen, a craftsman, with technology The recipe for THEO that appears in this store is by Hiroyuki Sugiura, a skilled craftsman who has practiced in Germany and Austria and has been firing Baumkuchen for many years in Juchheim. Mr. Hideo Kawamoto, President and CEO of Juchheim, commented on this initiative, saying, “Freshly baked Baumkuchen is a special thing that can only be eaten in the factory. However, craftsmen want to eat freshly baked Baumkuchen. By learning the data of craftsmen’s commitment through image analysis and AI, THEO will be able to eat freshly baked food anytime, anywhere. ” With the learning function by AI, THEO can create THEO with various skills by “apprenticeship” and training under various craftsmen. The first discipleship store of THEO is the Japanese confectionery store “Tsukiya” in Tochigi prefecture, and after a half-year training period, the food truck business utilizing THEO has started in May. Following the Takoya, apprentice No. 2 shop’s public plans to prospect the summer. Haute couture coffee was developed by Juchheim with the technical cooperation of Kawada Technologies. You can see the humanoid collaborative robot “NEXTAGE” (manufactured by Kawata Robotics) brewing coffee with the clever coffee drip of “Haute Couture Coffee”. When the user downloads the dedicated app and answers questions such as “What are you doing this afternoon?” According to the item of the app, the best cup by AI is suggested. There are up to 414 blend variations based on 6 types of base coffee, and Mikafeto cooperates in the selection. In addition, by feeding back the impressions of drinking from the app, the accuracy of proposals from the app will increase, and the mechanism will be closer to the “taste of your choice”. You can save your favorite cup with a name and reorder it by presenting the QR code. Haute couture coffee is said to have been inspired by Mr. Kawamoto’s experience in choosing wine in France. “People who live in France have a lot of” their own wines “. Among them, I choose this one today, and if I give it as a gift, I choose this one. There is a reason to buy it, which is the most common in France. The way to buy wine is Marche’s wine show. The way to sell is to repeat tasting about 3 times out of about 250 bottles and recommend the wine that suits the person. It’s not because it’s expensive or because it’s a good brand, but you can see what suits your body. “(Mr. Kawamoto) By drinking many cups of Haute Couture coffee, you will be able to find your taste. By using this plan, he said that he would like to find his favorite coffee with freshly baked Baumkuchen.