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  • Matsunosuke NY: Daikanyama

  • Desserts, Bakery ( Daikanyama )
  • A dessert cafe offering several different types of pie and cakes. The owner, Akiko Hirano, spent time in the United States as an international student, and became interested in American-style pies and...
  • Chocoholic: Ikebukuro

  • Desserts, Cafes ( Ikebukuro )
  • A cute sweets shop guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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  • Dragonfly Cafe

  • Cafes, Vegetarian & Healthy, Desserts ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • A trendy on the second floor of the Cabane de Zucca building. Its spacious setting, striking interior design and pleasant patio make it a good place to enjoy above average coffees and desserts. Light ...
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  • Pierre Herme Paris: Aoyama

  • Cafes, Desserts ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Pierre Herme is one of the most acclaimed pastry chefs worldwide. His boutique in Aoyama has all his creations on offer in the first floor, while the second floor houses the bar chocolat where you enj...
  • Japanese Ice Ouca: Ebisu

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Desserts, Ice Cream ( Ebisu )
  • A Japanese ice-cream shop. You will find traditional Japanese preparations as ice cream toppings, such as yuzu-miso, kinako and molasses, or sweet adzuki beans.
  • RazzleBerry: Shibuya

  • Desserts, Ice Cream ( Shibuya )
  • RazzleBerry first opened in Hollywood, and now offers frozen yogurt treats in Tokyo as well. The interior design will certainly make an impression!
  • Irreel Bon Ton: Yurakucho

  • Desserts, Bakery ( Ginza )
  • Tetsuya Shimada is the force behind Irreel. He often appears in the Japanese media, and runs a French restaurant as well as several pastry shops.
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  • Jean Paul Hevin: Roppongi

  • Cafes, Chocolate, Desserts ( Roppongi )
  • Jean Paul Hevin is one the world's most famous chocolatiers. The French government bestowed him with the highest award for a pastry chef, and the Nikkei newspaper called him Tokyo's best chocolatier.
  • Hida no Takayama Ramen

  • Ramen, Desserts, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Chiba, Narita )
  • Hida no Takayama Ramen is a chain specializing in Takayama style noodles and desserts. Takayama ramen is a simple, old-fashioned type of ramen, while the dessert menu is surprisingly large, including ...
  • Mont Thabor

  • Bakery, Desserts ( Azabu-juban )
  • Flagship store of this popular bakery chain with a sit-down cafe as well as breads and pastries to go.
  • Toshi Yoroizuka: Roppongi

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Roppongi )
  • Toshi Yoroizuka spent several years in Europe training in various pastry houses in Germany, France and Belgium before returning to Japan and opening his first boutique and cafe in 2004. The Roppongi s...
  • Sweets Paradise

  • Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • An all-you-can-eat restaurant specializing in--you guessed it--sweets. Over 30 varieties of desserts are available, and you have 70 minutes to eat your way through them. A small selection of savory fo...
  • Miravile Impact

  • Desserts, French ( Ginza )
  • From the owners of the Michelin-starred French restaurant Miravile, Miravile Impakt specializes in sweet, with fabulous desserts served a la carte and in courses. Savory nibblies and lunch and dinner ...
  • Boulangerie Patisserie Viron: Shibuya

  • Bakery, Desserts, French ( Shibuya )
  • Viron has been rated numerous times as one of Tokyo's top bakeries. They bring flour from France to create their perfect baguettes, and offer sandwiches as well.
  • Almond Cafe

  • Cafes, Desserts ( Roppongi )
  • Almond is a Roppongi icon that everyone knows and few have actually been to. Its location at Roppongi Crossing as well as its prominent pink awning and signage make it far more well known as a meeting...
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  • Saintmarc Cafe

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • A Cafe known for its "choco croissants", small flakey croissants filled with chocolate. They taste best straight from the oven, so pass on the take-out croissants and eat them in-store.
  • Brasserie Viron: Tokyo

  • Cafes, Desserts, French ( Tokyo Station )
  • A small brasserie and patisserie near Tokyo station. They also offer a standing wine bar where ten or more bottles are available by the glass.
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