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This entire area is well designed and looks quite fancy. My brother and I got some coffee while walking around Tokyo Imperial Palace. Definitely, a great place to relax. We didn't get some bread, but maybe we would next time.
This is such a wonderful venue to stop after a day of exploration or shopping! Very close walk from the Imperial Palace . We had both savory and sweet crepes and loaded up with various pastries. There is a wide selection and all looked good,...More
Wow. In a charming location overlooking a beautiful downtown Tokyo parkette, this little gem serves mouthwatering crepes - both sweet and especially the cheesy, mushroomy, pork & egg savory one. It is very cheesy - quality cheese - perfect crepe. The apple crepe was well...More
This was a very chaotic affair, with no real logic to how you order, or even what you order. First you need to decide if you want to the out or sty in. The pastries are up front, you the a set of tongs and...More
Very good place, weird system to order. We had some sandwiches, omelette, juice, coffee. All where very very good. But it seems the system is understood by locals and not by foreigners. So it was a little weird....besides that, flavors and presentation are top notch.
We chose to stop at this little bistro after a long walk at the imperial gardens.
The food looked ok fron the outside and it tasted good as well.
The problem was that we could not pay by card. The staff tried to process...More
Came here twice in between shopping and touring. Their pastries are just heavenly. Hence , I had to come back again with the family. I tried the croissants , pain au Chocolat , strawberry custard pastry and the banana chocolate crepe. All were good. My...More
Regardless if your hotel offers breakfast or not you should visit this nice little cafe in Hibiya park. The crepes are delicious and the sweets are by far the most tasty I've ever tried. Every time I visit Tokyo this place is a must.
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular