Konigs-Krone

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Hotel Konigs-Krone Kobe in Sannomiya, Kobe, Japan

Konigs-Krone (株式会社ケーニヒスクローネ?, Kabu-shiki Gaisha Kēnihisu Kurōne) is a Western-style confectionery and cake company headquartered in Kobe, Japan. Founded in 1977, the company has since expanded and now owns restaurants at thirty-one locations in Japan, mostly in the Kansai region.[1][2]

The company name "Konigs-Krone" originates in "Königs Krone" that means "King's crown" in German language.

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  1. ^ Konigs-Krone official website - "History", retrieved June 30, 2007. (Japanese)
  2. ^ Konigs-Krone official website - "Store Guidance", retrieved June 30, 2007. (Japanese)

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