Haritts is a portmanteau of Haruna and Itsuki, the names of the two Sakai sisters who opened their first store in Tokyo 12 years ago, via a mobile van serving coffee and doughnuts to office workers in the morning. Since then, they've grown a mini-empire with a flagship in Yoyogi-Uehara in the Japanese capital, and a cafe in Taipei and Taichung each. Haritts Singapore, which opened in May at the deserted Havelock II mall, is their fourth venue. This is not a franchise — the sisters, or one of their Japanese business partners, pop by every two months to oversee operations. And the star product here, of course, is the doughnuts.


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