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  • Un Grain
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    4.5
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 6-8-17 Premier Building 1F
    A mignardises shop selling bite-size Western sweets located a 15-minute walk from Omotesando Station. The stylish interior is lined with showcases displaying tiny chic cakes and baked confections. There are also counter seats allowing patrons to enjoy their treats right in the shop. The shop’s small cakes such as the Toutain chocolat are composed of numerous layers of differing flavors, revealing the mastery of the pâtissier.

    青山の帰り道に人へのプレゼントを買いに寄ったお店 駅から少し離れてるのにマダム達に大人気とか ●理由①ケーキが小ぶりで可愛くて美味しいミニャルディーズたち ●理由②イートインのスイーツコースも大人気 ●理由③なんといってもイケメンパティシエ さすがに高貴すぎてあまり店内やシェフの写真は撮れなかったけど、 時間があればフレッシュなケーキたちもゆっくりいただきたかったわぁ 今回は可愛らしい焼き菓...

  • Garrett Popcorn Shops Harajuku
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-13-18
    A massively popular popcorn shop from Chicago in the United States. The Harajuku location opened as the franchise’s first shop in Japan in 2013. The shop uses popcorn specially cultivated by farmers for Garret Popcorn. In order to serve the freshest popcorn, the shop only makes it in small batches by hand. People love the shop’s fluffy, crunchy popcorn.
  • Glico-ya Kitchen Tokyo Station Store
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Tokyo Station Ichiban B1F/Tokyo Candle Land
    A Glico showroom shop located in the Tokyo Okashi Land area on floor B1 of JR Tokyo Station adjoining the Yaesu Central Exit. The shop sells special, Tokyo-only and limited run confections from around the country. Visitors can also taste snacks fresh from the factory production line. In addition, you can purchase chocolate covered almonds made with almonds roasted in a special machine onsite, and watch snacks being made in the shop's production line just beyond a glass window. The shop's 265-millimeter-long giant Colon sticks are popular souvenirs and gifts.
  • Croquantchou Zakuzaku Harajuku
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-7-1 CUTECUBE Harajuku 1F
    A specialty shop serving “croquantchou” located inside the Cute Cube Harajuku shopping mall in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City, Tokyo. The croquantchou is a novel new sweet from Hokkaido that wraps smooth custard cream in a crisp dough crust covered with almonds. Made with Hokkaido ingredients, the shop is also a dedicated croquantchou bakery and is always serving fresh-baked croquantchou. The shop’s aromatic soft serve ice cream topped with almonds is also popular.
  • SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 3-10-20
    A pineapple cake specialty shop located in the Minami-Aoyama area of Minato City, Tokyo. The complex “woven” hinoki cypress wood exterior draws the eye and many visitors find themselves taking a commemorative photo in front of the building. The shop’s signature pineapple cakes, filled with ripe pineapple jam, are made with such select ingredients as brand name eggs and French Echire Butter. Their simple sweetness soothes the soul and the cakes make popular souvenirs and gifts.
  • Cinnabon/Seattle’s Best Coffee Roppongi
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    4.0
    47 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 6-5-18 Roppongi Center Building
    A coffee shop located in the Roppongi area of Minato City, Tokyo which sells the famous Cinnabon sweets from Seattle. A sweet dough wound into a coil and topped with a heaping dollop of cream cheese frosting, the Makara cinnamon of these rich sweets fills the mouth with exquisite flavor. And only here at this shop built in collaboration with Seattle’s Best Coffee can you enjoy a fresh Cinnabon with a delicious and aromatic espresso. Takeout also available.

    This chain store sells nice and tasty buns. Lots of cream and sugar. It is the place for those who love a rich and heavy breakfast.

  • Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Midorigaoka 2-25-7 La Cool Jiyugaoka 1-3F
    This food theme park for sweets that opened in 2003 is a spot to try sweets made by some of the finest patissier. There are shops offering an incredible variety of sweets including cakes, Asian sweets, crepes, and soufflé, and there are even shops that make their sweets after receiving the customer's order. In addition to trying and comparing tastes within the mini park, takeout offerings are also popular. In the Sweets Select Zone are shops selling ingredients and implements for making bread and sweets, a cooking studio and even a dedicated chocolate shop. The closest station is Jiyugaoka Station.
  • Totti Candy Factory Shop Harajuku
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    4.5
    70 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-16-5 RYU apartment 2F
    A sweet shop popular with young people in Harajuku, Totti Candy Factory Shop’s signature item is its colorful giant cotton candy. Using a special machine of which only a few models exist in the entire country, customers can watch their cotton candy being made right in front of their eyes. The interior of the shop is filled to bursting with sweets sure to delight young and old, including cute cake pops and gummies, candies, chocolates, and marshmallows sold by weight. The colorful interior and exterior, perfect for Harajuku, are part of the secret to the shop’s popularity. The closest station is Harajuku Station.

    Long lines but worth it! So exciting and even great for photos! Cotton candy as big as a child! Its also great to see how its made. Worth checking out!

  • Dominque Ansel Bakery Tokyo
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 5-7-14
    The first Japanese location for this New York pastry shop, the popular Dominique Ansel Bakery Tokyo offers novel sweets which combine the philosophies of France and New York City. The shop’s signature cronuts, combining croissants and donuts, were even selected as one of Time magazine’s 25 Best Inventions. There is a casual eat-in space on the first floor, while the second floor is a café serving food such as lobster rolls. Omotesando Station and Meiji-jingumae Station are the closest stations.

    It is not as clean as the pictures. The bakery and cafe is actually very dirty and has hygiene problems considering that it’s Japan. Another odd thing is the Japanese staffs are rude, especially one...

  • Princess One Spoon Tokyo
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-27-4 Jingumae S Building
    A sweets and lifestyle goods shop built around the concept of awakening that “teaspoonful’s worth of desire to become a princess” every woman has in her. The shop is filled with cute items such as horse-drawn carriage-shaped cookies, apple candies, and tiara-themed accessories. Resembling a fairy tale castle on the outside and decked out in girlish tones of white and pink inside, the shop aims to create an atmosphere resembling the private living quarters of a princess. The closest station is Meiji-jingumae Station.
  • BAKE CHEESE TART Jiyugaoka Store
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 1-31-10 BAKE Building
    Born in Hokkaido, this stop located in the Jiyugaoka district of Tokyo’s Meguro City specializes in cheese tarts. Their cheese tart made directly in the shop’s integrated workshop is the most delicious when enjoyed freshly baked. With cream cheese that is a blend of three types of cheese and a twice-baked cookie dough with an exquisite texture, this is a popular sweet that has accumulated a wide range fans from children to adults. In addition to the cheese tart, guests can enjoy soft-serve ice cream at the on-site café which is only available at this Jiyugaoka store.
  • Max Brenner Chocolate Bar Omotesando Hills
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-11-6 Laforet Harajuku store
    A chocolate bar located in the Omotesando Hills commercial facility in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City, Tokyo. The shop is the first Japanese location for this chocolate brand founded in Israel popular in New York and other areas around the world. The interior, modeled after a chocolate factory, is redolent with sweet aromas, and the shop offers selections for eating in, taking home, or giving as gifts. Offering pizzas, crepes, fondues, drinks, and more, visitors can discover new and exciting ways to enjoy chocolate. The chocolate chunk pizza, topped with chocolate (of course!) and marshmallows, is particularly popular.

    We had the chocolate and marshmallow pizza it was absolutely delicious!!! Its a must! Absolutely recommend!

  • MADELEINE LAPIN
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 2-9-15 Miyazaki Nibiru 1F
    This yogashi (Western-style sweets) shop located in the Jiyugaoka district of Tokyo’s Meguro City specializes in selling madeleines made without using any preservatives, colorings, synthetic fragrances, or artificial sweeteners whatsoever. Their signature madeleines use only safe and fresh ingredients so that they can be eaten by children with peace of mind, and are handmade each day by the patissier. The gentle taste with an unfolding flavor of eggs and butter is popular. In addition to takeout for home use, the products for gifts are also popular. Guests can also enjoy the meal menu in the on-site café space.

    平日に訪問。11時開店でしたが一番乗り。 ランチメニューが数種類あり、口コミサイトでみて美味しそうだったデリプレートランチに。 400円プラスしてシャンパンと一緒に。 どれも手が込んだ野菜たっぷりのお惣菜で美味しかったです。らんちの間中満席になることはなかったのですが、宅配での注文が多いのか職人さんがマドレーヌを作り続けていました。デザートに好きなマドレーヌが頂けます。素朴な味で美味しかったです...

  • RAINBOW PANCAKE
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    4.0
    70 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-28-4ARESGARDENOMOTEASANDO2F
    A popular pancake restaurant located in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City, Tokyo famed for the lines of patrons waiting to get in. The colorful interior carries a rainbow motif, the symbol of happiness, and is always bustling with customers, particularly young women. In addition to fluffy and sweet pancakes made with fresh fruit and cream, the shop also has a full menu of savory pancakes which make a perfect lunch. The macadamia nut pancakes are particularly popular.

    Simple and wholesome, the food was great, and the service was fantastic. We would definitely go there again next time we are in Shibuya

  • Hana no Babaroa Havaro/Paradis TOKYO Me+
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Tokyo Station Ichibancho 1F Tokyo Mitasu
    A Western confection shop located inside the TOKYO Me+ shopping facility just past the Yaesu North Exit of Tokyo Station. Among others, the shop sells bavarois made with edible flowers and dacquoise redolent of almonds. The colorful bavarois, decorated with colorful flowers, is modeled after a bouquet of flowers. The dacquoise is crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside; the buttercream filling is a perfect match for this delightful sweet.
  • LE CHOCOLAT DE H Ginza Main Store
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    4.0
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 6-7-6 Ginza Hosono Building 1F
    This is a dedicated chocolate shop located in the Ginza district of Tokyo’s Chuo City. The shop is famous for having been opened by Hironobu Tsujiguchi, a chocolatier who took the highest ranking four years consecutively at the chocolate show held during chocolate festival Salon du Chocolat. Inside the store display cases are beautiful bonbon chocolates with melt-in-the-mouth textures. There is also a small cafe space where guests can enjoy coffee and tea.

    暑い日に冷たいチョコレートドリンクを飲みながら一休みと思って入りました。静かにジャズがかかっていて夏限定のクリームたっぷりのった冷たいチョコレートドリンクを飲みながら落ち着いて一休みができました。銀座をぶらついて疲れて甘い物が欲しくなった時に立ち寄るのにおススメです。美味しいチョコレートの手土産も買うことができて良いですよ

  • RINGO Ikebukuro
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    Tokyo Toshima-ku Minamikebukuro 1-28-2 JR Ikebukuro Station 1F
    An integrated bakery and shop serving fresh-baked custard apple pies. Filled with smooth custard and thick-cut apples, the shop’s pies are delicious whether fresh out of the oven or enjoyed later. The shop’s apples, flour, and milk are all from Hokkaido. The shape of Ringo’s pies was developed and refined over a 30 year period by the renowned Kinotoya pastry shop in Sapporo.
  • Shiawase no Pancake Omotesando
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    4.0
    98 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-9-3 Kiyohara Building B1F
    The shop’s namesake shiawase no pancakes are rich and flavorful and topped with whipped cream made from extremely pure Manuka honey and cultured butter. Plump and thick, diners love their fluffy texture. The shop is very particular about its ingredients, and only uses eggs delivered by a specifically contracted farm, as well as carefully selected domestic wheat flour. Each and every pancake is made to order, ensuring you’ll enjoy the fresh made flavor. The Omotesando location can be rented out and also offers a party menu.

    A short walk from the train station. About 6mins walk. The shop is hidden nicely in the basement so keep a look out. Once inside, it is nicely furnished and spacious interior. The service is great...

  • Pompompurin Cafe Harajuku
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    3.5
    71 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-7-11CUTECUBEHARAJUKU3F
    A café themed after Pompompurin, a popular character which has won Sanrio’s Character Gran Prix two years in a row. The café’s innocent interior will make you feel like you are living in the world of Pompompurin and friends. In addition to one of a kind dishes, sweets, and drinks, patrons can also find goods sold nowhere else. Closest station: JR Harajuku Station.

    oh dear... not what I had imagined for my kawaii/character mad daughters first experience of a character cafe. The food was mediocre at best and took forever to arrive, nicely presented and edible...

  • Mary’s café
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    3.5
    30 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-7-2 JP Tower KITTE 1F
    Mary’s café is located inside the KITTE shopping mall, around one minute’s walk from Tokyo Station. The café was established as a collaborative venture between Mary’s (one of Japan’s leading specialist chocolate manufacturers) and French restaurant Au 14 Fevrier. The chocolate drinks, which utilize the rich flavor of the cacao bean to create a dessert-like flavor, and the flavored cappuccinos, with their distinctive fluffy mousse-like head, are especially popular. Besides the eat-in menu, Mary’s café also offers a range of chocolate bars and bonbons that make ideal souvenirs or gifts.

    If you are wandering Tokyo and need some place to cool off from the heat and get some sweets, you could do a lot worse than Marys Cafe. I was treated very kindly by the staff but I should have been...

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