Updated: December 20, 2018
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Ladurée Shinjuku, Tokyo, For Some Outstanding Sweets!

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Ladurée, the famous French bakery has an address in Shinjuku, Tokyo. For some of the city's best sweets (macarons, ice cream, cakes), you should definitely give it a try.

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Ladurée Shinjuku

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Ladurée in Paris
Ladruée is a high-end bakery that is originally from Paris. In Tokyo, it has a branch in Shinjuku in the LUMINE 2 department store that is directly attached to the Shinjuku Station.
Many people go there to buy macaron gift boxes but there is also an eat-in section in the boutique, so you can enjoy a cafe-style experience.

Ladurée Sweets

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Ladurée's claim to fame is its macarons which you can buy at the Shinjuku branch for about ¥300 yen a piece. Their flavours include orange blossom, chocolate, lemon, salted caramel, pistachio, Sichuan pepper, matcha, geranium, chocolate caramel, vanilla, and rose. They also have some seasonal flavours that you'll only find in Japan such as cherry blossom in the spring and iced mint in the summer.

Macaron Ice Cream

If you visit on a hot summer day, you should definitely try their macaron ice cream! It's a little bit expensive at ¥650 to ¥1,000 but so incredibly delicious that it's worth the price. Most of the choices come with a macaron topping, and the presentation is so beautiful that you'll almost feel sorry to eat it.

Finally...

Ladurée is famous for its macarons but their cakes are also extremely tantalizing, as you can see! Next time you're in Shinjuku and looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, you might want to give Ladurée a try!
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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