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Pastries Spots in Tokyo / Ginza / Nihombashi Area

  • 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.
  • 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

  • Wako Tea Salon
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    4.5
    40 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 4-4-8 Wako Annex 2F
    A tea salon located a short walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Station. The chic colors of the café’s interior create an elegant atmosphere. The shop’s constantly changing menu of seasonal desserts made with the freshest ingredients are all photogenic and elegant. Patrons can also enjoy light meals such as omelet rice, buckwheat galettes, and croque monsieur.

    銀座 和光のテイ-サロンに初めてお邪魔しました。 チョコ販売30周年を記念したホワイトチョコのパフェ。 綺麗です。 濃厚です。 中に鯉珈琲のアイスがありました。 お客様の要望で常時メニューになったチョコパフェもチョコが濃厚でした。 銀座の街並みを眺め優雅な気分に浸りました。

  • Delrey Ginza Patisserie
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-9-18 Mihara Ojo entrance
    A long-standing chocolatier from Belgium, the land of chocolate. Beloved by chocolate worshippers the world over, Japan is the only place in the world outside of its home country of Belgium that Delrey has locations, and here you can taste incredible, choice chocolates. Famous for its diamond-shaped chocolates, the shop sells chocolate sweets exquisitely balancing cacao with nuts, fruits, and other ingredients. The shop’s rich and flavorful chocolates are also visually stunning and make for great presents. The bright, white shop interior engenders a high class atmosphere resembling a jewelry store.
  • Maison Dandoy (Daimaru Tokyo Branch)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Daimaru Tokyo Store B1F
    A Western confectionary shop selling Belgian waffles located on floor B1 of Hoppe Town in the food floor area of the Daimaru Tokyo department store connected directly to JR Tokyo Station. Maison Dandoy was founded some 185 years ago and this is the brand's first international location. The shop's waffles are so delicious, even the king of Belgium has snuck out to buy them. The shop's biscuits are imported direct from Belgium, while its Belgium waffles are faithfully made according to the original recipe in the shop-after a two or three minute wait, you can enjoy a fresh, toasty waffle hot off the press. The shop's Brussels waffles make for perfect souvenirs and are crisp on the outside, moist on the inside, and redolent of the aromas of vanilla and butter.
  • Mariage Freres (Ginza Flagship Shop)
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    4.0
    55 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-6-6 Suzuran Street
    The Ginza location of Mariage Freres, a black tea specialty shop from Paris, France. The shop's shelves are lined with tins of tea; just for Earl Grey alone, the shop stocks some 15 varieties. You can order a cup of almost any variety of tea sold in the store in Mariage Freres' cafe space. The cafe area also offers a variety of seasonal tarts and cakes perfect for enjoying with a cup of tea, and here you can enjoy afternoon tea, French-style.

    My husband and I are keen tea drinkers and have visited the Mariage Freres tea salons in Paris. We also buy the tea in Australia to drink at home. It is beautiful. So when we were travelling to...

  • Chocolat Bel Amer (Daimaru Tokyo Shop)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Daimaru Tokyo store B1F/In cheap town
    A chocolatier located on the B1 Hoppe Town food floor of the Daimaru Tokyo department store connected directly to JR Tokyo Station. In French, bel amer means delicious bitterness. Bel Amer takes great care in preparing high quality chocolates by hand in a dedicated workshop; made to suit Japanese preferences, the shop's delicious treats fully leverage the distinctive bitterness of chocolate. Bel Amer's cute bonbon chocolat come in a variety of eye-pleasing designs and customers can enjoy unique, seasonal flavors. The shop's round, disk-shaped palet chocolat are made with high quality ingredients and are designed to be the perfect thickness and have the perfect texture; choosing from among the different varieties is like choosing your favorite paintings in an art gallery.
  • N.Y.C. Sand (Daimaru Tokyo Shop)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Daimaru Tokyo store 1F Hoffetown
    A sweets shop located on the first floor of Hoppe Town in the food floor area of the Daimaru Tokyo department store connected directly to JR Tokyo Station. This is the first permanent shop for the N.Y.C. Sand brand, whose wares were heretofore only available during limited time events. The N.Y. Caramel Sand, consisting of smooth caramel sandwiched between two crisp cookies, is based on the New York Havana sandwich cookie and was developed over a period of 10 years. The cookies, chocolate, and gooey caramel melting in your mouth produce an exquisite flavor. The packaging is also high class and these tasty cookies make for a great souvenir or business gift.
  • Ginza West Main Shop
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    4.5
    54 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 7-3-6
    This old-fashioned pastry shop was founded in 1947. Since the start they have avoided using artificial sweeteners and colors whenever possible, and their bakers aim to bring out the natural flavors of the ingredients in every handmade cake. Their leaf-shaped pies are especially popular. The simplicity of the items draws out their flavor. You can order light fare like cake, cookies, and sandwiches in the tea room.

    I did not use the cafe, but dropped by to buy my favorite cookies. I am sure they use very good quality of butter and suger. When you open the package, you can feel full of sweet aroma. This is...

  • Cacao Sampaka
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    4.0
    48 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-6-1 Marunouchi Brick Square 1F
    The Japanese branch shop of the official chocolatier to the Spanish royal family. The shop's display cases are filled with rows of chocolates imported directly from Spain. In addition to standards like bonbons and chocolate bars, you'll also find cocoa cream and confiture fruit chocolate made the traditional Spanish way. The shop also sells hot chocolate, ice cream, and gelato made with plenty of real chocolate.

    Great place to purchase delicious chocolate from top Spanish chain. The ice cream, chocolates, and hot chocolate are fabulous. This is not a sit down place.

  • Ardeur (Gransta Branch)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Inside the Tokyo station B1F Within the ticket gate GRANSTA
    A branch of the popular Hakata, Fukuoka pastry shop Ardeur located in Tokyo station and dedicated to takeout only. The shop's main products are its colorful macarons made with a variety of ingredients. The Tokyo Gran Macaron is only sold here at the Tokyo Station Gransta location. Consisting of rum raisin and butter cream sandwiched between two macaron cookies, this elegant sweet designed to satisfy adult tastes is quite popular. The shop's selection of macaron flavors also changes seasonally.
  • La Maison du Chocolat (Marunouchi Branch)
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    4.0
    34 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 3-4-1 New International Building 1F
    This sophisticated French chocolate boutique is located on the 1st floor of the Marunouchi Shin-Kokusai Building. Filled with luxury, the characteristic timelessly unique Parisian chicness of the space spreads before your eyes. The first boutique opened in 1977, and the insatiable spirit of inquiry into chocolate continues to this day. They sell such delights as meltingly smooth ganache mousse truffles and friandise (tiny pastries and confections) with refreshing fruits and nuts, making them also great gifts that anyone would enjoy.

    Comparing and contrasting this experience with the experience we had at Pierre Herme on the same day, La Maison du Chocolat was a disappointment. We waited for a very long time to get a table and it...

  • Decadence du Chocolat Ginza
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza Within 1-2-3G-ZONE
    Decadence du Chocolat is a specialty chocolate shop offering sweets made slowly and with care by their professional patissier. The main shop in Ginza is inside G-Zone under the Shuto Expressway. The Bonbons Chocolat is their top seller. In summer only, they also offer rich, decadent soft-serve ice cream. In addition to their luxury offerings, they also have more casual goods like crunch bars and chocolate cigars. They offer variety packs for the perfect souvenir, as well.
  • Marche du Chocolat
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR East Tokyo Station B1F inside the ticket gate GRANSTA
    This chocolate shop is inside Gransta on the Tokyo Station grounds. You can select your own package of bonbon chocolates from their six varieties including milk, matcha, rum and more, as well as limited seasonal flavors. They also have chocolate bars, bite-sized lollypop chocolate, and more.
  • R.L. Waffle Cake Shop (Gransta Branch)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR East Tokyo Station B1F inside the ticket gate GRANSTA
    This is a take-out branch of the waffle specialist in Tokyo Station. Their main product is fluffy-baked waffle cake. The cream flavors include custard, strawberry, banana and more and come in colorful Tokyo Station themed packaging special to Gransta. They also have partnered with the Suica penguin for new products like cute bite-sized waffles and stick waffles.
  • PARLA Ginza Store
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-2-1 Tokyu Plaza Ginza 1F
    High-end crepe stand. High quality desserts on the concept of fast-food crepe using high quality ingredients. Experience the marriage of crepes with alcohol at the counter where you can order liquor or craft beer. Their unique menu includes combinations such as caviar and truffles to match the alcoholic beverages.
  • Minimal Ginza, Bean to Bar Stand
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    5.0
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 3-8-13 Mitsubishi Building 1F
    Chocolate shop in Ginza 3-chome, Chuo City. Bean-to-Bar Chocolate made in-house from the highest quality cacao beans selected from farms all around the world. Each product is crafted to bring out the unique characteristics of each bean, including 12 varieties of chocolate bars, cacao sweets, ice-cream, chocolate powder and even chocolate drinks.

    銀座のメイン通りから少し歩いた場所にあるMinimal 銀座はBean to Barのチョコレートの専門店です。チョコレートは試食でき、スタッフの方が説明してくれるのでお気に入りのチョコレートをすぐに見つけることができます。

  • Kobe Beef Meat Pie (Gransta Branch)
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    3.0
    3 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Inside the Tokyo station B1F Within the ticket gate GRANSTA
    A branch of the popular Kobe pastry shop Juchheim which focuses only pies. Offering its wares only for takeout, the shop's display cases are crammed with palm-sized meat pies and sweet pies of all kinds. As its name implies, the shop's signature meat pies are made with hearty helpings of ground Kobe beef. Other popular menu choices include a standard apple pie made with Jonathan apples as well as a meat pie made with Iwate beef sold only here at the Gransta location.

    目立つところに店舗があり分かりやすいです。ミートパイの他にも甘いパイもあり、ミートパイは消費期限が当日でした。 サクサクで美味しかったですが思ったよりも「肉」という感じはしませんでした。意外と味は薄めでした。 常温でもいいですが温めると美味しかったです。

  • Caffarel (Gransta Branch)
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Inside the Tokyo station B1F Within the ticket gate GRANSTA
    Located in Tokyo Station, this is a takeout only branch of a long-standing chocolate shop founded in Turin, Italy 150 years ago. The shop's signature Gianduiotto consist of a nut paste mixed in with chocolate. The shop's cute chocolates wrapped in colorful foil in the shape of ladybugs, mushrooms, and dolls are particularly popular. Chocolate pies made with Gianduiotto are only sold here at the Tokyo Station Location.

    テレビでも紹介された東京駅お土産ランキングに登場の「東京ジャンドゥーヤチョコパイ」を購入しました。 パリっぽいかわいらしいパッケージだと思ったのですが、150年続くイタリアの老舗高級チョコレート屋さんでした。 チョコパイは、予想通りサクサクしていたのですが、中身のチョコクリームの濃厚さがあまりなく、ちょっと残念でした...

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