[Latest in 2023] 19 recommended sweets shops in Tokyo! Introducing buffets and souvenirs
Carefully selected and introduced sweets shops in Tokyo! From all-you-can-eat buffet shops to souvenirs that are perfect for small gifts. In this article, we have summarized the sweets shops in Tokyo by area, so please take a look.
[Nihonbashi/Ginza area] Enjoy sweets in a luxury area in Tokyo
1. Cloud-shaped sweets are a hot topic in Tokyo! “The Mandarin Oriental Gourmet Shop”
The first recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “The Mandarin Oriental Gourmet Shop”. This elegant sweets shop is located on the 1st floor of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Hotel in Nihonbashi .We especially recommend the cake “KUMO”, which has a lovely appearance!
Cute “KUMO” who is worried about how to eat!
KUMO, which looks very cute, is a fairy-tale sweet with clouds on the plate. It makes me want to take a lot of pictures!KUMO’s true identity is crispy chocolate, a sweet with fluffy mousse and cream wrapped around it. The flavor inside changes depending on the season, such as strawberry and chestnut, so be sure to check it out.
“The Mandarin Oriental Gourmet Shop”
Address：Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 1F, 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Directions：Directly connected to Mitsukoshi-mae Station (Exits A7 and A8) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line. 1 minute walk. 85m from Mitsukoshimae Station
Business hours：[Daily] Open on Sundays from 11:00 to 18:00
2. Sweets made with whole lemons are popular! “Maruzen Cafe”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “MARUZEN CAFE” on the 3rd floor of Nihonbashi Maruzen.”Lemon”, which uses a whole lemon, is a popular sweet named after Motojiro Kajii’s masterpiece novel “Lemon”. Not only does it look cute, but it also tastes great. The taste may change before and after reading the novel.
“Maruzen Cafe Nihonbashi”
Address：Nihonbashi Maruzen Tokyu Building 3F, 2-3-10 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Directions：1 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Nihonbashi Station 221m from Nihonbashi Station
Business hours：9:30-20:30 (LO 20:10) Open on Sundays
3. Enjoy coffee sweets at a retro coffee shop in Tokyo [Ginza Waranda]
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “Ginza Ranzu”! At this café with a retro atmosphere, you can enjoy specialty sweets that are perfect for coffee.We recommend the “slightly grown-up mocha chiffon”. The rum raisins on top of the cream create a mature taste. Coffee and rum raisins are a perfect match, and the chiffon cake has a fluffy texture.Please try it with the “Worandamame Blend” which has just the right amount of sourness and bitterness.
“Ginza Waran beans”
Address：7-3-13 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Directions：walk from Shimbashi Station. Or walk from Ginza Station 406m from Ginza Station
Business hours：[Mon-Sat] 10:00-21:00 [Sun] 11:00-20:00 Open on Sundays
4. A must-see for sweets lovers! “LADUREE Salon de Te Ginza” with cute rose macaroons
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “LADUREE Salon de Thé Ginza” where you can taste authentic Parisian sweets. You can enjoy the best sweets that are particular about appearance and taste.Among the many sweets, I would especially like to recommend “Ispahan”. It is a cute dessert with raspberries and lychees sandwiched between rose macaroons. Droplets are reproduced on the rose petals, and you can see the strength of attention to detail!It is a delicious dish with a gentle acidity that is as good as it looks.
“Laduree Salon de the Ginza Mitsukoshi”
Address：Ginza Mitsukoshi 2F, 4-6-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Directions：3 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro “Ginza” station. Ginza, Mitsukoshi 2F. 131m from Ginza Station
Business hours：Boutique 10:00-20:00 Salon 10:00-22:00 (LO 21:00) Open on Sundays
[Harajuku/Omotesando area] Introducing Tokyo sweets that look great on social media!
5. Individually wrapped caramel “NUMBER SUGAR” perfect for souvenirs
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “NUMBER SUGAR”. This is a popular shop where you can enjoy 12 types of caramel, numbered by flavor.You can enjoy a soft melt-in-your-mouth and rich taste with additive-free caramel that uses carefully selected natural ingredients. Each caramel is carefully made one by one, and each type is sold separately, so you can enjoy different flavors.Perfect as a small gift or souvenir for your loved ones!
“Number Sugar Omotesando Main Store”
Address：1F, 5-11-11 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Directions：10 minutes walk from Meiji Jingu Exit of JR Harajuku Station. 5 minutes walk from Exit A1 of Omotesando Subway Station 5 minutes walk from Exit 4 of Meiji Jingumae Station 348m from Meiji Jingumae Station
Business hours：11:00-20:00 *Corona 11:00-19:00 Business hours on Sundays and regular holidays may change, so please check with the store before visiting.
6. Round eyes are cute! Recommended sweets in Tokyo known to those in the know “HIROTA”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is HIROTA. A pastry shop that sells standard sweets such as cream puffs and eclairs. At the “HIROTA Omotesando store” in the “Echika” commercial facility, you can get cute sweets that only those in the know!The charming point of the cream puff named “Omote-kun” is the round eyes. Looking up at you from the showcase is adorable and makes you want to buy it! It is recommended not only as a reward for yourself, but also as a souvenir.
“Hirota Echika Omotesando store”
Address：3-6 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo Echika Omotesando B2F
Directions：Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Chiyoda Line/Hanzomon Line [Omotesando Station] 6m from Omotesando Station
Business hours：[Monday-Saturday] 10:00-22:00 [Sundays and holidays] 10:00-21:00 Open on Sundays
7. Enjoy soft ice cream with various toppings! “LAITIER”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “LAITIER,” which is about a 6-minute walk from Kitasando Station on the Fukutoshin Line or Sendagaya Station on the JR Chuo Line. You can enjoy a variety of soft serve ice cream. The especially recommended menu is “Tiramisu soft serve with two layers”. The combination of rich mascarpone-flavored soft serve and bittersweet coffee powder is outstanding! You will feel satisfied as if you are eating tiramisu cake.
Address：1F, 1-22-7 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo5-6 minutes walk from Sendagaya Station and Kitasando Station 318m from Sendagaya Station
Business hours：Weekdays 11:00-19:00 Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 11:00-19:00 Open on Sundays
8. Tokyo’s cookie sweets “Cookie Time” to enjoy in a pop shop
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “Cookie Time,” which is about a minute’s walk from Harajuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line . A cookie bar from New Zealand.The smell of cookies that fills the shop will keep you excited from the moment you step in! The interior of the store has a pop atmosphere, making you feel like you are traveling abroad while staying in Tokyo .
Enjoy pop and cute sweets!
You can’t take your eyes off the freshly baked cookies with a moist texture, but you can also keep an eye on the special drink menu including the “Milk Bottle Combo”!Not only the interior of the shop, but also the image character “Cookie Muncher” is cute, and it is a sweets shop that looks great in the photo.
“Cookie Time Harajuku”
Address：Napolet Harajuku 1F, 1-21-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Directions：Take the JR Harajuku Station Takeshita Exit, cross the pedestrian crossing, and walk left for 1 minute. 168m from Harajuku Station
Business hours：12:00-18:00 “Business hours are shortened”
9. Photogenic tea sweets! Tokyo’s famous store “TeaStand…7”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “TeaStand…7 (Tea Stand Nana),” which is about a 3-minute walk from Kitasando Station on the Fukutoshin Line . A tea specialty store where you can enjoy specialty teas and sweets.The recommended dessert is the “Pop Tea Parfait”. It is a sweet that combines waffles with black tea and chocolate kneaded into tea-flavored soft serve ice cream, and is recommended for tea lovers!
“Tea Stand Nana”
Address：Y’s Terrace Harajuku 1F, 3-14-3 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Directions：276m from Kitasando Station
Business hours：[Mon-Fri] 11:00-19:00 [Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays] 11:00-18:00 Open on Sundays
[Asakusa area] Introducing Tokyo’s long-established famous shops to the latest sweets!
10. Hot topic on SNS! ”Waguri Mont Blanc Specialty Store Kuriho Asakusa Main Store” where the cream is squeezed in front of you
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “Waguri Mont Blanc Specialty Store Kuriho Asakusa”. This is a Montblanc specialty store that has become a hot topic on social media and the media.It is attractive that you can take a picture of the clerk squeezing the cream in front of you! The volume is perfect, and it is a sweet that is fun to look at and eat.
Limited to Asakusa Main Store! Enjoy the rich taste of matcha
“Rich Matcha Mont Blanc” is a sweets menu limited to Asakusa main store! Using tea leaves with a refreshing aroma and deep flavor, you can enjoy the exquisite harmony of Japanese chestnuts and matcha. Please take this opportunity to taste the popular luxury Mont Blanc in Tokyo !
“Waguri Mont Blanc specialty store Kuriho”
Address：Crest Asakusa 1F, 3-24-8 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Directions：7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Tobu Isesaki Line 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Skytree Line 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Asakusa 5 minutes walk from Asakusa Station 1 minute walk from Asakusa Sensoji Temple (back Kannon, back Asakusa) 3 minutes walk from Asakusa Hanayashiki 545 m from Asakusa Station (Tsukuba EXP)
Business hours：[Monday-Sunday/Holiday] 11:00-17:00 (L.O 16:30) Open on Sundays
11. Benitsuru, where you can enjoy fluffy pancake sweets in Tokyo
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is Benizuru, a pancake shop located about a 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station or Tawaramachi Station on the Ginza Line
. You can enjoy a fluffy pancake made by wrapping rice flour and flour in a meringue and baking it.On business days, a system where you get a timed numbered ticket distributed in the morning and enter the store. It is a popular pancake shop for the first 60 people!
The saltiness of the butter and the sweetness of the honey are irresistible!
The recommended standard popular menu is “honey and butter”. It features a simple topping that brings out the flavor of fluffy pancakes, and the saltiness of the butter and the sweetness of honey are a perfect match!If you want to enjoy the taste of popular pancakes, please visit.
Address：2-1-11 Nishi-Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Directions：241m from Asakusa Station (Tsukuba EXP) 150m from Tawaramachi Station (Ginza Line) 235m from Asakusa Station (Tsukuba EXP)
Business hours：10:00-16:00 Time-specified numbered tickets will be distributed for the first 60 people from 8:30. (If the number of people in line is 60 or more, we will start distributing them regardless of the time.) Open on Sundays
12. Satisfaction is preeminent with fresh fruit! “Fruit Parlor Goto”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “Fruit Parlor Goto”, which is about a 5-minute walk from “Asakusa Station” on the Ginza Line. This is a popular store where you can enjoy parfaits and sandwiches made with fresh fruit.The recommended menu is “Today’s fruit parfait”. The parfait, which uses plenty of seasonal fruits, is not only full of volume but also looks great in photos! It is also recommended to visit at the turn of the season and order a limited menu.
“Fruit parlor Goto”
Address：2-15-4 Asakusa, Taito Ward, Tokyo
Directions：4-minute walk from Tsukuba Express “Asakusa” station (Exit A1) 12-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line “Asakusa” station (Exit 1) Pass through Shin-Nakamise and JRA to Hisago-dori Arcade From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba EXP) 225m
Business hours：11:00-19:00 (L.O. 18:30) Open on Sundays
[Jimbocho area] Introducing popular cakes and souvenir sweets in Tokyo!
13. Recommended for Tokyo souvenirs! Fruit-filled sweets tart “STYLE’S CAKES & CO.”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “STYLE’S CAKES & CO.”, which is about a 4-minute walk from “Jinbocho Station” on the Hanzomon Line . You can take out tarts, quiche, and baked sweets.Sweets are full of seasonal fruits, and brown sugar is used instead of white sugar, giving it a rich and mellow flavor. Sweets that are particular about appearance and ingredients are perfect for souvenirs!
“STYLE’S CAKES & CO.”
Address：Second Iwasaki Building 1F, 3-16-5 Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Directions：2 minutes walk from Toei Subway/Tokyo Metro Jimbocho Station (Exit A5) 5 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Shin-Ochanomizu Station 6 minutes walk from JR Ochanomizu Station 243m from Jimbocho Station
Business hours：[Mon-Fri] 12:00-19:00 [Sat] 12:00-17:00 Closes when sold out.
14. Old-fashioned sweets! If you want to eat shortcakes in Tokyo, go to Omiya Western Confectionery
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is Omiya Yougashiten, which has a retro atmosphere. This is a popular shop where you can enjoy specialty sweets and bread.Especially recommended sweets are “Strawberry sandwich shorts” with cute visuals! The rich cream goes well with the moist sponge, and the refreshing strawberries are accented.It is a sweet that you will not get tired of, embodying the concept of “a basic taste that you can’t lean on”.
“Omiya Pastry Shop”
Address：2-4 Kandaawajicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Directions：About 2 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro Awajicho Station 147m from Awajicho Station
Business hours：[Mon-Sat] 9:00-19:00 [Sundays and Holidays] 10:00-17:30 Open on Sundays
15. “Tokyo Douhua Koubou” where you can taste authentic Taiwanese sweets in Tokyo
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is Tokyo Mamehanakobo. It is a popular shop where you can eat Taiwan ‘s standard sweet “Touhua”.Douhua is a sweet made from soymilk pudding topped with sweet syrup, tapioca, and adzuki beans. The special bean flower that does not use preservatives or fragrances is characterized by its rich yet gentle taste.There are always more than 7 kinds of toppings such as Shiratama (rice flour dumplings) and tapioca, including seasonal ones.
“Tokyo Mamehana Koubou”
Address：1-19 Kandasuda-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Directions：Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line [Awajicho Station] 3-minute walk Toei Shinjuku Line [Ogawamachi Station] 4-minute walk Tokyo Metro Ginza Line [Kanda Station] 4-minute walk JR Chuo Line, etc. [Kanda Station] North Exit/East Exit 8-minute walk Awaji 226m from Machi Station
Business hours：11:30-19:00 (Closed when sold out) Open on Sundays
16. Enjoy sweets to your heart’s content at a classic Tokyo buffet! “Marble Lounge”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “Marble Lounge”. At the all-day dining on the 1st floor of the hotel “Hilton Tokyo” in Shinjuku, you can enjoy a sweets buffet with different themes for each season!The Strawberry Buffet, which is held during the strawberry season, is especially popular every year. Depending on when you visit, you can enjoy buffets with various themes, so please enjoy the seasonal sweets.
“Lobby Lounge “Marble Lounge” Hilton Tokyo”
Address：6-6-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Hilton Tokyo 1F
Directions：Subway Marunouchi Line Nishi-Shinjuku Station Exit C8 2-minute walk Subway Toei Oedo Line Tochomae Station 3-minute walk JR Shinjuku Station West Exit 10-minute walk 258m from Nishi-Shinjuku Station
Business hours：Breakfast: 6:30-10:30 Lunch: 11:30-14:00 Sweets Buffet: 14:30-17:30 Dinner: 18:00-21:30 (LO 21:00) Open on Sundays
17. Exquisite sweets! If you want to eat French toast in Tokyo, “CAFE AALIYA”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is CAFE AALIYA, a French toast specialty shop located about a 1-minute walk from Shinjuku Sanchome Station on the Fukutoshin Line .We are proud of our wide lineup, from simple French toast to toppings such as cinnamon fruit and caramel sauce. The secret to its popularity is its plump texture and mellow aroma.
Address：3-1-17 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Yamamoto Building B1F
Directions：1 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Shinjuku Sanchome Station A1 Exit 6 minutes walk from JR Shinjuku Station Central East Exit 83m from Shinjuku Sanchome Station
Business hours：[Monday-Thursday/Sunday] 9:30-21:00 [Friday/Saturday] 9:30-21:30 Open on Sundays
[Azabu Juban/Hiroo area] Recommended sweets in the center of Tokyo
18. A new sensation sweet donut from NY! “DUMBO Donuts and Coffee”
The next recommended sweets shop in Tokyo is “DUMBO Donuts and Coffee”. At this donut shop from New York, you can enjoy donuts with an adult flavor along with the shop’s proud blended coffee.Their homemade donuts are crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. You can always enjoy more than 10 flavors, so you won’t get bored!
“Dumbo Donuts and Coffee Azabu Juban Main Store”
Address：1F, 2-17-6 Azabujuban, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Directions：3 minutes walk from Exit 1 of Azabujuban Station 286m from Azabujuban Station
Business hours：7:00-21:00 *Closed at 20:00 during the period of priority measures to prevent the spread of the virus, etc. Open on Sundays
19. A soft-serve ice cream shop with a cute plump form! “Melting in the mouth”
The last sweets shop in Tokyo that I would like to introduce is “Melting in the mouth”. A soft-serve ice cream specialty store that boasts a slightly cute form.Not only is it visually appealing, it is also very particular about its ingredients, and the fact that it uses organic milk gives it a rich taste. This sweets shop is recommended for those who want to enjoy photogenic sweets!
“MELTING IN THE MOUTH”
Address：5-17-10 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo MK Building 1F
Directions：Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line “Hiroo” station 4 minutes on foot 304m from Hiroo station
Business hours：11:00-20:00 Open on Sundays
Let’s enjoy the most talked sweets in Tokyo!
This time, we introduced the recommended sweets shops in Tokyo by area! It is recommended not only for those who like sweets, but also for those who want to explore new sweets.Please try to find your favorite sweets in Tokyo!