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  • Sweet Box

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Harajuku )
  • Definitely the best crepe stands in Harajuku. I've tried 2 other crepe stands, but this one was always the freshest and tastiest. Not to mention, that their prices are slightly cheaper than the res...
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  • Mochi Cream

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Depachika ( Shinjuku )
  • This was fabulous. I had never been a huge fan of mochi before this, but this shop turned me into an fervent fanatic. I originally went because my friend swore that it was the best mochi in all of Tok...
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  • Kyo Hayashiya: Aoyama

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shibuya )
  • Kyo Hayashi Ya was opened 250 years ago, and the main store is in kyoto. it was originally a green tea shop, and now there are not only tea, but also healthy japanese food and sweets. this cafe is ...
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  • Fujiya

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • Strolling through Ginza, I could not help but notice this cake shop. I recognized the mascot, Peko-chan, and I couldn't resist the beckoning of this sweet character, and I entered. I knew immediate...
  • Sweets Paradise: Ginza

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • Sweets Paradise is definitely the place to go if you enjoy eating cakes. It's an all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink cake buffet but you can also go for some more substantial choices: pasta, curry ...
  • Uogashi Meicha

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • A great tasting for only 500 yen! I was surprised that our tasting menu was so cheap. We started with a little cup of sake, and then received two different teas and a cookie filled with sweet bean p...
  • Sweets Paradise: Shibuya

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shibuya )
  • Apparently this style of dining, called cakey bikey, is quite popular among young Japanese. For just under 1500 yen, you get 90 minutes of unlimited access to pastas, cakes, drinks, and a chocolate fo...
  • Taiyaki Wakaba

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Yotsuya )
  • This is absolutely amazing. I was directed here by a school friend who told me that this was a really famous taiyaki place in Yotsuya. It has an excellent reputation among Japanese, apparently, and de...
  • koots green tea

  • Cafes, Asian Fusion, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Harajuku )
  • This cafe can basically be summarized as a Japanese style tea house with a western twist with organic products. A Starbucks for tea, if you will. They have loose organic teas (but they don't sell it...
  • Toraya: Ginza

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • To me, at least, hearing mention of Toraya inspires a small glow of awe in me. Actually, before I came to Tokyo, I had no idea what they actually sold. I knew that it was a store in Ginza, but little ...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Marunouchi

  • Bakery, Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • I went to this dessert shop/cafe for my birthday with my boyfriend. Immediately, we were bathed in a sense of eloquence and refinement, not only from the interior design of the cafe, but also from th...
  • Hidemi Sugino

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Cafes ( Ginza )
  • Hidemi Sugino is one of the most acclaimed Japanese pastry chefs of recent times. He won the 1991 World Baking Competition, and his only and tiny store in Tokyo is constantly sold out. The shop opens ...
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  • Pan Doll

  • Bakery, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Jiyugaoka )
  • PanDoll is exactly what'd you think a Japanese bakery should look, smell, and most importantly, taste like. The place isn't big: shelves line the wall, stacked with trays of freshly baked pastries and...
  • Japanese Ice Ouca: Ebisu

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Desserts, Ice Cream ( Ebisu )
  • This is an absolutely fantastic ice cream/gelato shop. I can't call it ice cream, nor is it gelato but I think it is somewhere in the middle. It's located a very short walk from Ebisu station. For 380...
  • Tanaka-Tei

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Bakery ( Kichijoji )
  • Tanaka-Tei is an often mentioned favorite amongst Kichijoji aficionados. It's located on a quiet street behind the Tokyu department store alongside other pretty cafes and restaurants. As its motto sta...
  • Kasoyo

  • Traditional Japanese, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Japanese Goods ( Takadanobaba )
  • Kasuyo is the quintessential off-the-beaten-path cafe to which you bring family, friends or dates and impress them with your knowledge of Tokyo. Though it is located within a ten-minute walk from Meji...
  • Kanoko

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • If you try some Japanese sweets, I recommend this tearoom. There is at the center of Ginza Which is a Japanese confectionery shop on the first foor, and the tearoom is on the second foor. They have n...
  • Yusoshi

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shinjuku )
  • Yusoshi is part of a rather large wave of cafes in Japan that cater to a female professional crowd; the surroundings are comfortable, the atmosphere is almost smoke-free, and the food tends to be mild...
  • Chatei Hatou

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shibuya )
  • Chatei Hatou offers one of the best “old-school” coffeeshop experiences in town. I worked as a barista for a while, lived in Vancouver -- the city with the highest ratio of coffeeshops per capita ...
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  • Noa cafe

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Others ( Harajuku )
  • This is rather limited to the waffles though. Anything else, and you're probably getting ripped off. The average waffle cost 650, ranging from 480 to 830 en, comes with two squares, a dollop of ice cr...
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