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  • Le Chocolat de H

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Chocolate ( Roppongi )
  • Everything was good, but nothing wowed me at Le Chocolat de H. Hironobu Tsujiguchi is one Japan’s heavyweights in pastry making, and I expected a lot more. Maybe that was the problem -- my expectati...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Tokyo Midtown

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Bakery ( Roppongi )
  • Sadaharu Aoki is a Japanese pastry chef who broke through the ranks and made it big in Paris. Having succeeded in that difficult market, he returned to Japan to open stylish cafes that showcase his at...
  • Toraya: Roppongi

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Japanese Sweets ( Roppongi )
  • Monaka, Yokan, and Dorayaki are the three most popular Japanese sweets or wagashi. Toraya, founded over 500 years ago, is a famous spot for Yokan and Dorayaki.
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  • Kyo Hayashiya

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Cafes ( Roppongi )
  • Green tea and Japanese sweets at this branch of Kyo Hayashiya. The famed tea shop uses tea grown on its own plantation in Uji, Kyoto, founded in 1753.
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