If you want to taste delicious sweets in Tokyo, head to Harajuku!
Summary of sweets in the Harajuku area.
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If you want to taste delicious sweets in Tokyo, the Harajuku area is the place to go.
There are many famous sweets stores in the Harajuku area, and you can also enjoy stylish sweets that will look great on Instagram.
This article will introduce you to some of the recommended sweets stores in Harajuku.
Sweets Paradise Harajuku Store スイーツパラダイス原宿店
Sweets Paradise Harajuku is a classic and popular sweets spot in the Harajuku area.
The store is about a three-minute walk from the Takeshita Exit of Harajuku Station.
The store has more than 80 seats and a terrace where you can enjoy sweets in a spacious and open space.
English and Chinese are available, making it an easy place for people from overseas to stop by.
The restaurant offers a buffet style where you can pick up your favorite sweets on your plate.
A variety of sweets such as puddings, cakes, and tiramisu are available, and you can eat as much as you want within the time limit.
The basic buffet course lasts for 50 minutes and costs 1,100 yen.
There are also other courses that include a drink bar, Haagen-Dazs, gelato, and all-you-can-eat fruit.
Sweets Paradise Harajuku offers not only sweets, but also a full food menu.
Peperoncino, consommé soup, and curry rice are also available, making it a great place for those who want to enjoy both snacks and sweets to their heart’s content.
3F SoLaDo Takeshita-dori, 1-8-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
MAISON ABLE Cafe Ron Ron （メゾン エイブル カフェ ロンロン）
If you want to visit a cafe that you can only experience in Japan, I recommend MAISON ABLE Cafe Ron Ron, which is a two-minute walk from Meiji-jingumae Station.
This restaurant has a 38-meter-long rotating rail, and the system is similar to that of a sushi restaurant, where you can take a plate of sweets and taste them as they flow in front of you.
An all-you-can-eat course is available, so you can enjoy sweets to your heart’s content.
The time limit for the all-you-can-eat course is 40 minutes, and the price is 2,100 yen for women, 2,400 yen for men, and 1,700 yen for children.
The sweets available include pancakes, ice cream, and macaroons.
There are also cute sweets in the shape of a cat that would look great on Instagram.
The store is so popular that people line up to get in, and depending on how crowded it is, numbered tickets may be distributed.
If you want to be sure to get a taste, it is best to come early.
6-7-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
11:00-17:00(L.O.16:00) No holidays
LONG! LONGER!! LONGEST!!!
LONG! LONGER! LONGEST!!! is the place to go if you want to try some unusual sweets.
The concept of this store is the longest experience in Japan! and sells sweets such as soft-serve ice cream as long as a stick, cotton candy, tornado fries, and churros.
There are three sizes available, “LONG”, “LONGER”, and “LONGEST”, and the LONGEST churros is a whopping 55cm long.
The length of the LONGEST churros is a whopping 55cm. It’s a long size that you won’t find in other stores, so you can aim for an Instagram-worthy image.
LONG! LONGER! LONGEST!!!! is located along Takeshita Street, about a three-minute walk from Harajuku Station.
The area is lined with fashionable fashion stores and general stores, so why not stop by while you’re shopping?
1-7-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
1O:OOam-2O:OOpm/No mid-year break
ナンバー シュガー （NUMBER SUGAR）
If you want to buy some really good caramels, why not go to Number Sugar?
Number Sugar is a caramel specialty store located about a four-minute walk from Meiji-jingumae Station.
The store sells caramels that are carefully handcrafted one by one by confectioners, and you can buy caramels in a variety of flavors such as vanilla, salt, and chocolate.
There are also Japanese-style caramels made with Japanese ingredients such as green tea from Uji, Hatcho miso, ginger from Kochi, and brown sugar from Okinawa.
All caramels do not contain any flavors, colors, or acidifiers, so you will enjoy the gentle and soothing taste.
Stylish gift boxes are also available, making it a great place to go if you are looking for a souvenir of Tokyo.
1F, 5-11-11 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
11:00~19:00 / No holidays
For those who want to taste traditional Japanese sweets, Mizuho is the place to go.
Mizuho is a long-established Japanese sweets store located near Meiji-jingumae Station.
The mame daifuku sold at this store is so popular that it is called one of Tokyo’s “three soy daifuku.
Made by hand by Japanese confectioners, the soft rice cakes are filled with elegantly sweet bean jam, and go well with green tea or matcha.
They are so popular that they sometimes sell out quickly, so it is best to visit the store before mid-morning.
6-8-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
regular closing day
From 9:00 a.m. to close when sold out.
Pre-ordered items must be picked up by 2:00 p.m.
INITIAL 表参道店 omotesando
INITIAL Omotesando is the place to go if you want to try a parfait filled with fresh fruit.
It is located about a 7-minute walk from Harajuku Station.
At this store, you can enjoy parfaits made with a variety of fruits such as strawberries, peaches, and pears.
The parfaits are all beautifully presented and have a reputation for being artistic and beautiful.
There are also soft-serve ice cream made with Hokkaido milk, cute looking fruit sandwiches, and drinks.
How about visiting this place as a sime after enjoying a meal or a drink?
J-cube A 1F, 6-12-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
12:00 – 23:00 (L.O. 22:30)
Weekends & Holidays
11:00 – 23:00 (L.O 22:30)
Open on Sundays
Working Holiday Connections (ワーキングホリデー・コネクション)
Working Holiday Connection is the place to go if you want to taste pancakes.
It is located about a minute’s walk from Meiji-jingumae Station.
The pancakes are so fluffy and soft that they melt in your mouth the moment you put them in your mouth.
The pancakes are served with fruit and whipped cream, and look very stylish.
Terrace seats are also available, so you can enjoy the sweets in a relaxed atmosphere while admiring the scenery of Harajuku.
YM Square Harajuku 2F, 4-31-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
12:00 – 20:00 [LO19:00].
Dec. 31 – Jan. 3 [12:00 – 18:00] [LO17:00
Open on Sunday
Summary of sweets in the Harajuku area.
In the Harajuku area, there are many different types of sweets stores, including all-you-can-eat, rotating style, and long-established Japanese sweets stores.
As Harajuku is visited by many young people and tourists, many of the sweets are colorful, voluminous, and perfect for Instagram.
When you visit Tokyo, be sure to stop by Harajuku and try some of Japan’s delicious sweets.