Updated: November 06, 2018
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Where to Find the Best Fruit Tarts in Tokyo!

Fruit tarts are a staple of French patisserie, but have become increasingly popular in Tokyo. Using the French savoir-faire, Japanese chefs are known for being very meticulous. Hence the fruit tarts you can find in Tokyo are a little pricey, but so perfect! The fruit are carefully selected and arranged and the taste is just out of this world! Is your mouth watering yet?

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Qu'il fait bon

Qu'il fait bon has a few branches all over Tokyo, one of which in Ginza. The Grand Maison Ginza is very close to Ginza-itchome station. The store itself has a very elegant atmosphere.
Their tarts are not only stunning, but they're also delicious! Their tarts are delicately prepared and are more a piece of art, than a simple food item. It is priced accordingly (one slice is around 1,000 YEN), but it is incredible! Their tart use fresh and beautiful fruits, and are so beautiful you almost feel bad for eating them!

Kajitsuen

Kajitsuen has a 3 branches around Tokyo, one in Meguro, one in Marunouchi and one in Yoyogi.Their restaurants are modern, but also have a Japanese-style coffee feel to them.
Kajitsuen offers beautifully arranged tarts, as well as a variety of other desserts using fresh fruits, such as fruit sandwiches, pancakes, parfaits, etc.

Cafe Comme Ca

Cafe Comme Ca has 4 branches around Tokyo, one in Ginza, in Shibuya, in Shinjuku and in Ikebukuro.
They have all types of beautiful tarts, such as mango & chocolate, blueberry & cream cheese, fruit tiramisu, etc. Their presentation will impress you, but so will the taste!

Andaz

The patisserie is located in the stunning Andaz Luxury Lifestyle hotel in Toranomon. The location is incredibly central so if you plan on staying there, it will be very convenient!
Their pastry shop is extremely renown and is good at anytime of the day, they serve from breakfast to tea time to small snacks. Their presentation is spot-on, but so is the taste. By the way, you should check out their instagram page, it's stunning!

Finally...

If you're interested in trying more desserts in Japan, check out the link below!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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