Updated: November 06, 2018
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Ginza Cozy Corner, For Your Sweet Fix Anywhere in Tokyo!

Sweets in Japan are meticulously prepared and so they are not only beautiful to look at , but also super tasty! Ginza Cozy Corner is a great place to get your sweet fix; stop by for a slice of even a whole cake to bring home!

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Ginza Cozy Corner

The shop where everything started from!
Cozy Corner is a Japanese cake store that opened in Ginza, Tokyo in 1948. Their store concept is to make desserts that make people smile, and to value the unison between friends and families. Therefore, their desserts are all sold at a reasonable price, and their desserts are very cutely decorated for children to also enjoy the desserts.

They often have seasonal desserts for you to try. So you can pop by ever so often to see what's baking!

In a lot of stations, there are a lot of take-out counters, but there are some cafes where you can sit down as well!


They have so many kinds of sweets to choose from, and as though that weren't enough, they also have seasonal sweets! You can have fruit tarts, fruit jellies, roll cakes, mousses, etc.
Their claim to fame might be the Strawberry short cake, it is so light and fluffy, you might need to get another slice!
You can even get the whole cake and it won't even break the bank!


You can drop by for a consistent meal, like pasta, or a sandwich!

Or you can even get some souvenirs for your family, such as summer puddings and jellies, or even frozen sweets!


If you still can't really seem to get enough, why not try a sweet buffet! Check out the link below.
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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