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Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest自由が丘スイーツフォレスト

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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.

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Tokyo Meguro-ku Midorigaoka 2-25-7 La Cool Jiyugaoka 1-3F (Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea)

phone 0357316600
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[Sweets Forest Zone] 10:00-20:00 (some cases may vary)
[Quoca Shop Jiyugaoka] 10:00-20:00
[Quoca Studio] 10:00-18:00 ¥ [Originne/Cacao] 10:30-18:30

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Address
Tokyo Meguro-ku Midorigaoka 2-25-7 La Cool Jiyugaoka 1-3F [ map ]
Area
Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea
Phone
0357316600
Hours
[Sweets Forest Zone] 10:00-20:00 (some cases may vary)
[Quoca Shop Jiyugaoka] 10:00-20:00
[Quoca Studio] 10:00-18:00 ¥ [Originne/Cacao] 10:30-18:30
Closed
[Sweets Forest Zone] New Year's Day
[Quoka Shop Jiyugaoka] New Year's Holiday
[Quoka Studio] New Year's Holiday
[Origine Kacao] Monday (In the case of Public holiday, the next day)
Fees
Free admission
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available (traffic electronic money PASMO, SUICA is available)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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