Updated: November 06, 2018
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Amazing Cakes - Visit Most Popular Pastry Chefs' Shops in Tokyo

Looking for some beautiful and delicious cakes? Here is a list of pastries owned by world-famous pastry chefs in Tokyo!

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Pâtisserie Sadaharu AOKI

Sadaharu Aoki is one of the most famous pastry chef in the world who learned in Paris, and then opened his pastry in five locations in Paris and four locations in Tokyo.

Cakes are too beautiful to eat, and too many kinds to choose... For those of you who can't decide which cake to get, they also offer a plate of five small pieces of cakes for 1760 yen if you eat in the shop. The macaroons are also famous and worth trying.

Toshi Yoroizuka

Toshi Yoroizuka is also a famous pastry chef who have leaned in Europe.

The pastry offers a number of beautiful cakes. All of them are really detailed and taste wonderful. They have several seats in the pastry so you can eat your cake there right after you buy. There is also an open kitchen where chefs prepare some dessert plates.

LE CHOCOLAT DE H

This shop is specialized in chocolate. The owner Hironobu Tsujiguchi is a pastry chef and a chocolatier who won "SALON DU CHOCOLAT", the world largest chocolate competition.

Once you enter the shop, the smell of chocolate will blow your mind. They have jewelry-like chocolates and cakes too. "Fondant au chocolat" is probably the one you should try because you can taste world-famous rich chocolate by Hironobu.

Hidemi Sugino

Hidemi Sugino was awarded the title of "Asia’s Best Pastry Chef" at the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2015. He owned this small pastry always full of customers.

He makes elegant cakes. All taste great but especially his mousse cakes are incredibly smooth and melt in your mouth. Make sure to arrive early because many of the cakes are sold out late afternoon. Check out the link below for more info!

Shirohige's Cream Puff Factory (白髭のシュークリーム工房)

This tiny pastry located right across Setagayadaita station offers very cute atmosphere and treats.

Look at these cream puffs! This character called "Totoro" is in one of Studio Ghibli's movie loved by many people. They are filled with your choice of creams like custard and chocolate, and 400-500 yen for each. If you are Studio Ghibli lovers, you must go there.

Impressed by these sophisticated treats?

You should go get these amazing cakes and desserts to make your day special!

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