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Pastries Spots in Ebisu / Daikanyama / Jiyugaoka Area

  • Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest
    Shopping
    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.
  • BAKE CHEESE TART Jiyugaoka Store
    Shopping
    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.
  • MADELEINE LAPIN
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Shopping
    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...

  • Jiyugaoka Roll-ya
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    4.0
    30 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 1-23-2
    This is the world’s first roll cake specialty store run by the globally renowned patissier Hironobu Tsujiguchi. The shop’s display case has a colorful array of roll cakes meticulously crafted with healthy, high quality domestic and seasonal ingredients. Their Jiyugaoka Roll with custard and whipped cream in a fluffy sponge cake wrap is their most popular item.

    I have never actually been to this place but have had their yule-log like cake, and trust me, they are really good!!! The first time I tried it, the cake was soooo good I practically inhaled it. I...

  • Mont St. Clair
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    4.0
    58 Reviews
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 2-22-4
    The very first pastry shop established by world-renowned pâtissier Hironobu Tsujiguchi. Tsujiguchi has received the highest evaluations in the chocolate competition at the Salon du Chocolat festival in Paris four years running. Located in the Jiyugaoka area, a hotly contested battleground for sweets shops, Mont St. Clair’s kitchen can be viewed by patrons via glass window. The shop regularly offers over 150 colorful delicacies, including Tsujiguchi’s signature “C’est la Vie,” a sweet which has won top awards in French contests.

    We picked a couple of cakes randomly and everything was great. The maroon cake was absolutely delicious.

  • Maison Chaudun (Takashimaya Tamagawa Shop)
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    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Tamagawa 3-17-1 Tamagawa Takashimaya B1F
    A chocolate shop located on floor B1 of the Tamagawa Takashimaya's main building. The shop's bonbons, creative and artistically shaped chocolates, and other sweets created according to the original recipes of chocolatier Michel Chaudun have many fans. The shop's main product, however, is the flagstone-like Pave. A style of ganache representative of Chaudun's flavors, it comes in two delicious tastes, noir and ole. In addition to chocolate, the shop also offers baked sweets, macarons, and more.
  • La Vieille France (Chitose Karasuyama Shop)
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    4.5
    20 Reviews
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    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kasuya 4-15-6 Grand Dur Chitose Oru Mountain 1F
    A Western confectionary shop located an eight minute walk from Chitose-karasuyama Station. The shop was opened in 2007 by Shigekatsu Kimura, who served as a chef and patissier at La Vieille France, a long-standing shop in Paris. Inside, you'll find cakes, baked sweets, ice cream, and an atmosphere that will make you thing you're in Paris. In addition to traditional French treats like tarts, savarins, and eclairs, the shop also offers cakes incorporating the latest trends. La Vieille France's quiche, available for takeout or eating in, is also very popular. The shop's abundant variety of jams are sold in heart-shaped jars and make great gifts.

    プレゼントにぴったりな可愛いお菓子が並んでいます。フランス感があるケーキが多く、洋酒がスポンジに利いている感じのフレジエがとても好きです。パイ菓子類やアイスケーキもオススメです。

  • Matsunosuke N.Y. (Tokyo Daikanyama Branch)
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    4.0
    23 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 29-9 Hillside Terrace D-11
    An apple pie and sweets shop produced by Akiko Hirano located a four minute walk from Daikan-yama Station. The name Matsunosuke comes from Hirano's grandfather, who was a Noh costume artisan. Here you can enjoy healthy baked sweets and traditional treats from New England in the U.S. Particularly popular are the authentic American apple pies, made by baking fresh, uncooked apples wrapped as-is in the pie crust; and the rich, creamy New York cheesecake. The shop's fluffy pancake lunch is only served on weekdays.

    Nice place with great service, if you visit thé Kyu Asakura House, you need to go there. You can eat delicious Apple pie and pancake. Their Apple pies are Very tasty. They of big choice. The pancake...

  • Moke's Bread & Breakfast
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    4.0
    35 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Kamimeguro 1-17-8 Nakameguro KRK Building
    A pancake chain restaurant from Hawaii. The brand was created by a chef who trained in the prestigious Halekulani Hotel in Hawaii. The restaurant's signature menu item is its fruit pancakes, covered with plenty of sweet and tangy lilikoi (Hawaiian for passion fruit) sauce. The restaurant has also been featured in the media, where its spam hamburger pancakes, spam sandwiched between two pancakes, were featured heavily.

    Came here and had the pancakes. They were great. The seating is very nice and the staff is great. It was quite busy and had to wait a little but it was definitely worth it!

  • Clover's
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    3.5
    17 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Daikanyamachou 18-8 Horii Building 2F
    A pancake restaurant located in Daikanyama-cho, Shibuya City a three minute walk from Daikanyama Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line. The French owner's gooey and crisp pancakes have won over many fans, and on weekends a line of waiting customer's forms out the door. In addition to sweets-style pancakes topped with plenty of fruit, the restaurant also has savory pancakes sets, such as the Yonezawa beef hamburg steak set. The strawberry decole, topped with strawberries and whipped cream, has been the most popular item on the menu since the restaurant opened.

    Tasty, reasonably priced pancakes. Nice spot in the neighborhood. I would come back again. Part of seating is designated as smoking.

  • Patisserie IL PLEUT SUR LA SEINE
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    4.5
    14 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 17-16 Daikanyama Forum 2F
    This pastry shop is on Kyuyamate-dori Street, about a five-minute walk from Daikan-yama Station in Sarugakucho, Shibuya City. The owner, Yumita Toru, is a master of the Japanese French confectionery industry. They sell cakes and baked confectionery such as their Three sweet which combines fine wine and cream. They also have an eat-in area with tables and an open terrace. There are desserts only available at the store for you to try as well.

    評判が高いので雨の日に近場で車できた際に降ろしてもらってケーキ2点買ってみた。 シュークリームとサンチャゴなんとか、というスペインの郷土菓子。 それほの評判が高いのがわからないごく普通の味だった。 見た目もあまり美しくない。

  • Patisserie Cacahouete Paris
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    4.5
    20 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Higashiyama 1-9-6
    A Western confectionary shop located in 1 Chome Higashiyama, Meguro City. Dedicated to the concept of simple, beautiful, and delicious, the shop makes and sells baked sweets such as cakes, financiers, madeleines, and sables. The shop also sells baked sweet assortments which make great presents.

    Small shop just off the main road with delectable cakes, pastries and ice cream. Perfect for all ages & worth a 5 minute bus trip from Shibuya station. Im so thankful to have found it when lost. I...

  • Daikanyama Ogawaken Confectionery Shop
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    4.5
    6 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Daikanyamachou 10-13
    This is actually a pastry and sweets shop in Daikanyama, Shibuya City. This historic patisserie to which a fine dining restaurant is adjoined, opened in Shiodome in 1905 and then moved to Daikanyama in 1964. Along with their specialty, the Raisinwich, they sell the Plainwich, and the Chocolate Plainwich, and other such baked cakes, cookies and chocolates.

    六花亭のレーズンサンドと似ていますが、これは全く別物!お店は駅から少し離れてるので、行くのがやや面倒ですが、おいしいので、行く価値あります!おすすめです!

  • CRAFT CHOCOLATE WORKS
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    3.5
    3 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Ikejiri 2-7-41F
    This chocolate shop is along Metropolitan Road 420 in Ikejiri, Setagaya City. A Bean to Bar shop, they focus on making and selling chocolate from raw beans, roasting and processing it themselves. Their chocolates let you enjoy the true flavors of different bean varieties and regions.

    三軒茶屋駅と池尻大橋駅のちょうど中間あたりの場所にありました。三軒茶屋駅と池尻大橋駅のちょうど中間あたりの場所にありました。ビーントゥバーのチョコレート屋さん。お店の外からもチョコレートを作っている様子を見ることができます。世界各地から取り寄せられたカカオ豆を手作業で選別、石のローラーで滑らかにし、やがて1枚の板チョコレートが完成。産地や風土によって全く違う味わいに仕上がり。ハチミツのような甘さや...

  • Cafe Le Cordon Bleu
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 28-13 ROB-1 Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo School 1F
    This cafe is on the first floor of the Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo School, along the former Yamate-dori Avenue in Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya City. The shop decoration emulates a French cafe terrace, and they offer fresh baked croissants and baguettes, as well as delicacies and sweets from the chef. In addition to take-out service, they also offer foods like olive oil direct from France.
  • Johann Main Store
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Kami-meguro 1-18-15
    Since its opening in 1978, this western pastry shop has searched for the roots of cheesecake and passed on recipes backed by history and tradition. It also has many fans because it sells four kinds of cut cakes in both round and square shapes. The shop carefully selects of high-quality and fresh ingredients, and makes amazing treats using no coloring, fragrances, water or preservatives.
  • Y par Potager
    Shopping
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Fukasawa 8-19-19
    This patisserie specializing in low-carb and vegetable sweets not only carefully selects its vegetables, but also uses natural ingredients chosen by the chef as much as possible such as flour and eggs. It is lined with sweets considering health and safety as well as taste. The store carries a wide variety of baked confectionery in addition to roll cakes and tarts.
  • Dalloyau Jiyugaoka Store
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    4.0
    50 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 2-11-2

    Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku is loaded with boutiques galore and it is also filled with the yummiest patisseries. Dalloyau is in front of the main exit. One can buy take out pastries downstairs and have a...

  • Ryufuabua
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    4.0
    29 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Ebisu 3-28-12

    Funky, French food place. Very small, but pretty tasty. However, the best thing they offer is the softcream (like ice cream) at the counter. This is a real winner. Creamy, not too sweet and delicious.

  • Pararoreru
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Met. Setagaya-ku Okusawa 7-24-3

    見た目がかわいくて食べたくなるケーキが多いです。店内も昔ながらの雰囲気でコーヒーカップもかわいいです。ここでしか食べれないような変わった?ケーキが食べれます。ショートケーキにミツバチがのっていたり、ゴルゴンゾーラのチーズケーキに蜂蜜のスポイドが刺さっていたり、目でも楽しめます。

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