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  • Cinnabon/Seattle’s Best Coffee Roppongi
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    4.0
    55 Reviews
    Shopping
    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 is my first time having cinnabon so I dont know what to expect. I heard people been praising it and yes, the cinnamon roll is really delicious. We have a mini chocobon and a cinnabon classic...

  • A.Lecomte (Hiroo Main Store)
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiazabu 5-16-13
    Just two minutes’ walk from Exit 1 of Hiroo Station on the Tokyo Metro’s Hibiya Line, A.Lecomte is a French-style patisserie. The first floor is a retail space selling cakes and other baked goods, while the basement is a salon de thé where customers can enjoy tea and sweets. The salon de thé also features a limited food menu and offers a relaxing atmosphere for savoring a French-style breakfast, lunch, or afternoon tea.

    広尾駅から有栖川へ向かう裏道を通る道にある。1階に3テーブルですが、地下にも席があります。お茶の種類も多く、お勧めです。ケーキは、あっさり系ではない。

  • Maison Landemaine Tokyo
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    4.0
    85 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Azabudai 3-1-5
    The first international branch of Maison Landemaine, a bakery in Paris, France. Here you can enjoy baked goods prepared exactly the same as in France, such as baguettes made with homemade natural yeast according to the traditional method. The shop's most popular item is its croissants. There are two varieties on offer, a moist and chewy croissant made with domestic Japanese butter and a crisp croissant made with French butter. In addition to takeout, there's also an eat-in space inside as well as terrace seating where you can eat your purchase on the spot. The shop has a cafe menu as well as a lunch menu.

    This is truly a little piece of Paris in the heart of Tokyo. Beautiful French pastries. My coffee was delicious. There a little seating area out by the sidewalk. The inside is big by Japanese...

  • Azabu Karinto Azabu Juban Main Store
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Azabujuban 1-7-9
    Azabu Karinto, with over 50 different flavors of the traditional deep-fried sweet, is in the venerable and uniquely international shopping street Azabu Juban. In addition to the traditional black molasses flavor, they offer spiral karinto, seasonal limited editions, and more to take home for yourself or as souvenirs for friends.

    As with other reviews...Azabujuban is wonderful neighborhood to stroll and to shop for omiyage. Azabu Karinto is not my favorite place, but it has some smaller packages that are very affordable. Like...

  • Mamegen, Azabu Juban Main Store
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    4.5
    67 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Azabujuban 1-8-12
    Mamegen is a traditional Japanese bean snack store established in 1865 in Azabu Juban Shopping District. With each generation the selection of bean snacks such as green peas, soya beans, peanuts and more, have grown so much that it's hard to move. Otoboke Mame, bean snacks flavored with seaweed, shredded seaweed and shrimp, are their most popular product. You can eat them as a snack or have them packed as a gift. You can also get Mamegen limited fried rice, red peas and shelled peanuts.

    One could read my title, ISO peanut heaven as in search of peanut heaven, and then Mamagen would be your answer. Or, if youre from Hawaii, youre familiar with iso peanuts, which are exactly...

  • Seiyokashi Shirotae
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    4.5
    123 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 4-1-4
    A classic bakery west of Akasaka-mitsuke Station. Their famous rare cheesecake is made with rich cheese with a hint of fresh lemon. This popular cheesecake has not changed since the bakery began in 1976. Their choux-creams full of cream is also well loved. The bakery cafe uses antique furniture, and many people enjoy their cakes in the cafe rather than take-out because of it.

    I heard about this place from a you tube video Paolo in Tokyo. This little shop was close to our hotel. The staff was very helpful and kind. I bought a cheesecake and took it back to the hotel to...

  • Massage de Rose (Main Shop)
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kioichou 4-1 Hotel New Otani Garden Tower San Roose Akasaka 1F
    As its name implies, Message de Rose is a shop which sells rose-shaped chocolates. Inside the subdued shop, you'll find scores of chocolates in full bloom. These little gems are the end result of five years spent pursuing chocolates which were as close as possible to the real thing in both form and flavor. Message de Rose uses chocolate from the long-standing French chocolate company Weiss to create its confections. Some of the Message de Rose products sold in this shop are available nowhere else, like the Belle Rose bouquet.
  • DEAN&DELUCA Roppongi Restaurant
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 9-7-4 Tokyo Midtown B1
    A select boutique located in Tokyo Midtown in Akasaka, Minato City. The flagship location, this shop boasts the largest selection of merchandise of any of the chain's establishments, including dry cured ham, salami, and other cured meats; cheeses, wines, deli items, bakery items, and sweets. There's also an eat-in space.
  • NATIONAL AZABU
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiazabu 4-5-2
    "A supermarket in Azabu, a residential area with many embassies and an international flair. They sell a cornucopia of organic ingredients and international foods that you can't usually get in Japan. Called a ""Cultural Crossroads"" by some, it has a foreign feel and is often featured in various magazines and on social media. Their fresh ground peanut butter is highly popular. You select the ingredients according to your preference and make it yourself right there with their peanut butter machine."
  • Shiba Shinmei Eitaro
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibadaimon 1-4-14
    A Japanese confectionary shop located a four-minute walk from JR Hamamatsucho Station. The longstanding shop was established in 1885 and the characters on the sign out front were written by the hand of none other than renowned artist Taro Okamoto. The shop's celebrated Enoshima Monaka bite-sized, seashell-shaped monaka bean jam wafer cakes were named by famed Japanese author Koyo Ozaki . Customers can choose between five types of filling - white bean jam, smooth bean jam, chunky bean jam, sesame, and yuzu. Also recommended is the Aoi Tamazusa, a monaka made in the shape of the mighty Tokugawa clan's wild ginger trefoil crest and filled with bean paste made using only high class Tanba dainagon azuki beans.

    取引先との会食用の手土産を買いに行きました。 価格はそんなに高くないですが、上品な味の美味しい和菓子が調達できるので、重宝しています。

  • Shiono
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 3-11-14
    This longstanding Japanese confectionary shop was established in 1947. The shopfront display cases are filled with a different selection of seasonal Japanese confections each month - in particular, the shop offers around 10 varieties of namagashi fresh sweets monthly. The shop's most popular baked sweet is its dorayaki - fluffy pancake sandwiches crammed with a sweet paste made with huge Dainagon azuki beans. In addition to other standards such as yokan jellies and monaka wafer cakes, the shop's seasonal higashi dried candies are also popular.

    Siono is in the restaurant category for some reason, but it is not a restaurant. It is a traditional Japanese sweets store. It is a very small place with no space to eat inside. After trying the tea...

  • Hogetsudo Akasaka Shop
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 4-2-2 Akasaka Otori Tsuki Domoto Building 1F
    "A three-minute walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Marunouchi Line. This longstanding confectionary shop, opened in 1874, is dedicated to the concept of ""creating happiness through confections, and spreading this happiness throughout the community."" The shop's signature and highly popular Aoyama Ringring Tokyo Baked Donuts are made with mochi glutinous rice flour and slow-baked to moist, chewy perfection, then covered with colorful chocolate glazes. The shop's Iwai-tai taiyaki-style fish-shaped apple pies contain koshian smooth sweet bean paste in their tails and are also visually delightful. In addition, the shop offers seasonal confections and items exclusive to this location."
  • Sun Fruits (Tokyo Midtown Shop)
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 9-7-4 Tokyo Midtown Galleria B1
    A high class fruit shop located on floor B1 of the Galleria area of the Tokyo Midtown complex connected directly to Exit 8 of Roppongi Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line. In addition to exquisite and rare fruits carefully selected based on cultivar, production region, and producer, the shop also offers desserts and made-to-order cut fruit assortments. The shop's Fresh Jelly, made with fresh-squeezed fruit juice, is served in a hollowed-out fruit and has been longtime best seller. The shop's Muskmelon Bowl, a cut fruit assortment served in a hollowed-out muskmelon from Shizuoka Prefecture, is a popular souvenir and gift purchase.

    All Japan seasonal fruits are displayed nicely in the store. I intended to try grapes but it is out of season already. I tried the mixed fruits box and.mandarin fruit.

  • Toraya Akasaka (Direct Dealer Store Toraya)
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    4.5
    54 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 4-9-22

    We went there to replace breakfast. The interior is so lovely and perfect to show us a japanese style. The food was lovely and really well presented. The service is top notch

  • Toshi Yoroizuka Midtown
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 9-7-2 Tokyo Midtown East Plaza 1F
    A shop which sells desserts made with seasonal ingredients. Toshihiko Yoroizuka, the chef who produces the shop, trained for eight years in Switzerland, Austria, France, and Belgium before taking first place at a dessert competition in Paris in 2000. Yoroizuka also operates his own farm and the shop incorporates fresh ingredients shipped directly from it. The shop has counter seats where customers can watch their dessert being made to order right in front of their eyes. In the evening, the shop also serves cocktails with its desserts. Desserts ready to take home are sold in the shop's display cases.
  • RAYON VERT CAFE Celestine Hotel
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    4.0
    8 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Met. Minato-ku Shiba Celestine Hotel 3-23-1 1F

    I enjoyed two meals here while staying at the Celestine Hotel. The staff was friendly and efficient. The meals were good and made for a relaxing end to busy days.

  • CATDOG
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shiba 13-3
  • Hotto Motto Shibadaimon
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibadaimon 2-7-9
  • Hotto Motto Azabu-juban
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    3.0
    2 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiazabu 1-chome 5-3

    ヘルシー志向のお弁当屋さんです。 そんなに揚げ物をメインにしている訳ではなく、和食が多いような気がします。

  • Hiro-o no Morning Market
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Hiro-o 5-chome

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