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Tokyo Anpan Mame-ichizu (Ecute Tokyo Branch)東京あんぱん豆一豆 ecute(エキュート)東京店

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An anpan (red bean jam bread) shop located on the first floor of South Court Ecute Tokyo inside the ticket gates of Tokyo Station. A shop selling only anpan is rare even in Japan, and this particular shop is only located in Ecute Tokyo. The shop bakes its anpan right in the shop, making it the perfect destination to pick up a fresh made souvenir from Tokyo. The shop's signature Dainagon-iri Anpan Mame Hobi is made with two layers-Hokkaido dainagon adzuki beans and tsubuan coarse adzuki bean paste. The shop's most popular item is its Tokyo brick bread, modeled after the red bricks of Tokyo station. Consisting of a moist bread filled with smooth red bean paste and whipped cream, the Tokyo brick bread is branded with Tokyo Station on top.

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Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR Tokyo Station Wicket 1F South Court ecute Tokyo

phone 0332119051
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[Monday-Saturday]8:00-22:00
[SundayPublic holiday]8:00-21:30

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Address

Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR Tokyo Station Wicket 1F South Court ecute Tokyo [map]

Phone

0332119051

Hours
[Monday-Saturday]8:00-22:00
[SundayPublic holiday]8:00-21:30

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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