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Gin no Budo (Daimaru Tokyo Shop) (銀のぶどう 大丸東京店)

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Souvenirs

This Western confectionary shop is located on the first floor of Daimaru Tokyo, a department store connected directly to JR Tokyo Station. The shop sells Kagomori Cheesecake Shirara, a Tokyo souvenir standard; as well as petit gateau chocolat, puddings, tarts, lemon cakes, and more. The popular Shirara is a fresh sweet and one of the shop's signature products; it is made with fresh cheese and strained to give it a light and fluffy texture. Customers love its light sweetness, and the fact that it is not overly-filling despite its substantial appearance. It also tastes great with a dollop of mango or raspberry sauce on top.

place

Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Omaru Tokyo 1F (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0332128011
place

10:00-21:00 (SaturdaySundayPublic holiday until 20:00)

Review of Gin No Budo Daimaru Tokyo

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/03/13 ここの栗金時が最高
栗の味とお芋の味がたっぷり味わえる一品です。サイズは小さめながらなかなか濃厚なので食べごたえありです。お値段も手頃で、モンブラン好きにはたまらない商品です
Reviewed:2020/02/15 銀のぶどう
大丸東京店1階にある 洋菓子で有名な銀のぶどうさんに行ってきました。 他店よりショーケースに並べられてるケーキの数が多くて、あ〜ここはすごい数のお客さんが来るんだろうなぁ〜って 思いました。お友達へのお土産にしましたが、喜んでもらえました。
Reviewed:2019/11/30 大丸の1階北側にあります
東京駅直結の場所柄、1階北側にデパ地下のようなエリアがある大丸の一角に銀のぶどうが入っています。東京駅の通路から入ってねんりん家、シュガーバターの木、銀のぶどうとクレープストーンのお店が並んでいます。折りたたまれたランドクシャの衣しゃなどの商品が人気です。

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Address
Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Omaru Tokyo 1F [map]
Area
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
Phone
0332128011
Hours
10:00-21:00 (SaturdaySundayPublic holiday until 20:00)
Closed
open everyday (except New Year's Day)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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