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Ginza West Main Shop銀座ウエスト本店


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.


Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 7-3-6 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0335711554

[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday]11:00-20:00

Review of Ginza West Ginza Honten

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2013/09/24 My favorite cookies!
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...
Reviewed:2013/04/18 Very classic Japanese style cafe.
It has been more than thirty years since I went this cafe for very first time. Emplyees treat customer in very courteous fashon. Of course, food is excellent. And price is reasonable for the...
Reviewed:2018/09/19 タイムスリップ

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Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 7-3-6 [ map ]
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday]11:00-20:00
open everyday
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