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  • Top's: Akasaka Sacas

  • Curry, Cafes, Chocolate, Desserts ( Akasaka )
  • Tops curry has been feeding Akasaka regulars since 1964. Their curries are made over a period of three days until the ten spices that go into the gravy blend seamlessly. A sweeter curry made with veal...
  • Confectionery West

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Desserts ( Akasaka )
  • West confectionery opened its doors in 1947, and has been in business ever since. They pride themselves in not using artificial flavors or colorants. Their gift boxes are popular. Only take-out availa...
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