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  • == CLOSED == Sweets Paradise: Ginza

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • NOW CLOSED!!! This is closed. I found out the hard way. Walking 15mins from my hotel in Ginza to get here - only to find it replaced with some other restaurant. The online sweet paradise site is J...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Sweets Paradise: Shibuya

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shibuya )
  • Sweets Paradise is a popular all-you-can-eat sweets chain in Tokyo. The entrance fee gives you 90 minutes in which to indulge and over-indulge in the cakes, custards, ice creams and more that is avail...
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  • Kyo Hayashiya: Aoyama

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shibuya )
  • Kyou Hayashiya is a Japanese style cafe located near Omotesando station that specializes in Kyoto teas. It's an L-shaped space that utilizes the corner of a building complex, with windows facing into...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Marunouchi

  • Bakery, Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • 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...
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  • Tsujiri

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shimbashi )
  • Unfortunately, Tsujiri seems to have caught the Shiodome bug - the philosophy that anything traditionally Japanese is better when you multiply it times ten, add a liberal dose of the nearest western-i...
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  • Sweets Forest: Jiyugaoka

  • Bakery, Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Jiyugaoka )
  • Oh dear. Sweets Forest lulls you inside with its over the top decor and promise of a dessert lovers paradise. Inside there are several different stations with people making various over priced treats....
  • 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...
  • Yusoshi

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Shinjuku )
  • Yososhi is a modern Japanese cafe on the 6th floor of the Lumine 1 building near the South exit of Shinjuku station. There are table seats, counter seats, and floor seats with thick cushions. The rest...
  • Choshoan Tea Room

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Classes-Japanese Tea Ceremony ( Tameikesanno )
  • On the 7th floor of the Hotel Okura you will find this tea ceremony house. You can participate in an authentic tea ceremony, and the tea masters will teach you about tea and its ways. Call ahead to co...
  • Ginza Sajin

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • This hidden Japanese tea cafeis a bit hard to find but offers a claming and comfortable break from the hectic pace of Ginza. Even a novice to Japan's extensive tea culture will be welcomed, and if yo...
  • Chacha no Ma

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Tea ( Harajuku )
  • Chacha no Ma specializes in Japanese tea. They offer an extensive menu with explanations of the different varieties. Japanese sweets accompany the tea. If you speak Japanese, they hold regular seminar...
  • Higashiya Sabo

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Tea ( Nakameguro )
  • Higashiya Sabo is a highly rated Japanese confectionery maker. The store has a unique sensibility in its design, and is a favorite in Tokyo.
  • kawara CAFE&DINING: Shinjuku

  • Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Asian Fusion ( Shinjuku )
  • I went here with two friends, and we each ordered one menu item. The portions were small: one friend ordered a salad, I remember, and it didn't fill the center third of the plate. Still, we made do. ...
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