Updated: November 06, 2018
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UN GRAIN: Elegant and Sophisticated Mignardises Store in Omotesando, Tokyo

Have you ever tried mignardises before? UN GRAIN, located in a fashionable and sophisticated area Omotesando, is specialized in mignardises. Check out the article to find out more about UN GRAIN!

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UN GRAIN

Located at a 15 minute walk distance from Omotesando station B1 exit, UN GRAIN is located in the quiet area that is also accessible from Shibuya, Hiroo, Ebisu, Daikanyama stations.
Mignardises is also known as petit fours, which is a small bite-sized dessert or savory dish. UN GRAIN is a store specialized in offering mignardises cakes, which literally looks like a gem.
All the mignardises are made by Japanese pastry chef, who have previous experiences in pastry chef at Michelin one starred restaurants and three starred restaurants.

Mignardises

All of them are unique and elegant. Inside the store, there is a space where you can sit down and enjoy their delicate desserts.
They have around 20 kinds of mignardises, arranged neatly in the show case.
Their popular mignardises include "Tout en Chocolat", fruit tarts, "Cake Citron", and more! They also have seasonal specials too. It could be hard to choose which one you like, but don't worry, the staffs there are really friendly and are welcome to help you.
If you are eating at the store, you can choose a set from the following:
- cafe gourmand with 2 cakes and a drink (¥1,500)
- cafe gourmand with 3 cakes and a drink (¥1,800)
It would be a really beautiful souvenir or a gift for your family and friends too. You can also take out their cakes as well as other confectioneries like cookies!

Explore Omotesando and visit UN GRAIN!

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