Updated: November 06, 2018
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5 Places to try Unique Cotton Candy in Tokyo

Cotton candy is everyone's favorite dessert, and Tokyo has several places where they serve original, unique and pretty cotton candy!

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TOTTI CANDY FACTORY

Have you seen this huge, colorful cotton candy on social media before? Well, this is where you get it! It is very crowded especially during the weekends, but it is definitely worth the wait! There is also a room called Candy Room where you can create your own candy assortment bag.
Around a few minute walk from Harajuku station.
Their cotton candy have 3 different kinds: Big (3 colors/flavors) one is for ¥500, Super big one (4 colors/flavors) is for ¥700, and heart shaped one is for ¥600.

David Myers Cafe

Don't be surprised how far cotton candy can go - because it is totally amazing! This place is famous for their delicious burgers, but their cotton candy pancake is also astonishing. You can't go wrong with cotton candy, pancake and seasonal fruits, right? Just a minute walk from Ginza station, their cotton candy pancake is available at ¥1,269.

Au Bon Vieux Temps

Just a 7 minute walk from Oyamadai station, this place sells traditional French desserts, and along with the patisseries, they have such a pretty cotton candy! With dried fruits on top of pastel colored cotton candy, you feel like you are living in a dream. Available at ¥500.

noake TOKYO

Around a 15 minute walk from Asakusa station, they are famous for their desserts. Their cotton candy is probably completely different from what you might have imagined - it is called kumoma, which is inspired by clouds. They have strawberry, matcha and cacao cafe flavors. Available at ¥442.

ANYWHERE DOOR

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Just a 5 minute walk from Meiji Jingumae station, this place offers London's new trend, cotton candy ice cream! More information can be found on the link below. Just a heads up that their cotton candy ice cream is available only until November 2017, so be quick!
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Lastly...

As you can see from the list of stores above, each store has unique and artsy cotton candy. If you love cotton candy, why not try one of the places mentioned above?

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