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  • Pierre Herme Paris: Aoyama

  • Cafes, Desserts ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Pierre Herme is arguably the most famous pastry chef in the world right now. Vogue magazine called him “The Picasso of Pastry” and the New York times declared him to be “A Kitchen emperor.” ...
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  • Dragonfly Cafe

  • Cafes, Vegetarian & Healthy, Desserts ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • This restaurant successfully models itself to have the air of a European cafe. There are only about 10-15 entrees to choose from but all sounded intriguing and worth a try. The salmon tartar sandwich ...
  • Sweets Paradise

  • Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • So an assortment of items; from the far right: drink fountain, tea packets, ice crusher, pasta, pizza, rice, curry, salad, salad toppings, then desserts. At the desserts, which of course matters the...
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  • Saintmarc Cafe

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • their "morning" set is quite the deal, i think. for under 500 yen, get a drink and a dessert. I can't remember precisely, but I have a slight recollection of getting the set during a normal...
  • Le Patissier Takagi: Aoyama

  • Desserts, Bakery ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Takagi is one of Japan's leading pastry chefs. He trained in France, and worked at Michelin-starred restaurants before returning to Japan and opening his store.
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