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Cacao Sampakaカカオ サンパカ

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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.

place

Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-6-1 Marunouchi Brick Square 1F (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0332832238
place

11:00-20:00

Review of CACAO SAMPAKA

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/07/13 Delicious 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.
Reviewed:2015/11/11 Nice soft serve and hot choc
We were walking pass this chocolate store and popped by for soft serve and hot chocolate. They both were delicious. Soft serve was creamy and tasty. Hot chocolate was rice enough to fulfill my greed.
Reviewed:2015/08/24 Homemade delicious chocolate
Cacao Sampaka is a spanish brand known for their chocolates. This is their first outpost in Japan, selling bon-bons, rajoles bars, and a variety of seasonally changing delicacies. Their legendary hot...

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Address
Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-6-1 Marunouchi Brick Square 1F [ map ]
Area
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
Phone
0332832238
Hours
11:00-20:00

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