Updated： November 13, 2019
Incredible chocolate sweets in Daikanyama at Hi-Cacao
Try some of the best affordable chocolate sweets in Tokyo at Hi-Cacao in Daikanyama. You must try their signature Fondant Chocolat!
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This is a place every chocolate lover should visit in Daikanyama. The sweets made from a variety of famous chocolate stores from across Japan are just incredible.
It's mostly a take-out shop but there are some counter seats if you want to eat inside.
They have so many kinds and they are not overly pricey either. These on display were from a collaboration with Dandelion Chocolate.
The price is just from ¥180.
The signature cake: Fondant Chocolat
There is always a good variety of original treats to try, so you can just choose what tickles your fancy, but if you can't make up your mind, you might want to stick with the standard Chocolat Fondant (¥450). The signature cake will definitely satisfy your most intense chocolate craving. It comes served to you still hot with the perfect, slightly grilled surface.
You most definitely want to have this one while it's still hot! Cut through it with your fork and you'll see that the inside is filled with unctuous chocolate fondue.
It's rich but not too sweet, however. The balance of the cocoa flavour, the bitterness and the sweetness is spot-on; and the mix between the hard, almost crunchy texture of the crust and the super smooth fondue interior makes it all the more irresistible.
Once you're done with the desserts you eat in-store, you might want to get some more for later! They have some souvenir boxes with beautiful assortments.
The last thing to mention here, they have some superb chocolate hot beverages as well. Made from the same good quality chocolate as the baked sweets, they are also seasoned with some spices which add another dimension and some sophistication to the taste. They are also well worth the try.
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