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Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store

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Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store Description

Located in Akasaka, Tokyo, Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store is a renowned Japanese confectionery and dessert shop. This establishment has been selected as one of the top 100 dessert shops in Tokyo by the prestigious Tokyo Hyakumeiten. With a rating of 3.68 out of 5 stars and over 400 reviews on Tabelog, it is clear that this place is beloved by locals and visitors alike.

What sets Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store apart is its dedication to traditional Japanese sweets, known as wagashi. These delicate and artfully crafted confections are made using high-quality ingredients and traditional techniques, resulting in exquisite flavors and textures. From dorayaki (sweet red bean pancake) to yokan (sweet bean jelly), each wagashi is a work of art that showcases the beauty and elegance of Japanese culinary culture.

The interior of Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store is equally impressive, with a serene and minimalist design that reflects the simplicity and harmony of Japanese aesthetics. The atmosphere is calm and inviting, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a cup of matcha tea alongside your wagashi.

Whether you are a fan of Japanese sweets or simply curious to explore the world of wagashi, Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store is a must-visit destination. Indulge in the flavors of Japan's rich culinary heritage and experience the artistry of wagashi at this exceptional establishment.

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Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store Overview


7-chōme-11-9 Akasaka, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0052


+81 (0) 3-3585-0002


6 minute walk from Akasaka Station (Exit 7)
6 minute walk from Nogizaka Station (Exit 1)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Tue: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Wed: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Thur: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-5:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery



Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store Reviews

Akasaka Aonono Wagashi Main Store Google Average Rating



The staff is super nice and helpful


Store name Akasaka Aono
Location Akasaka Japanese sweets shop

A short walk past TBS in Akasaka
This Aono main store is located here.
In Akasaka, there is also a store in Akasaka Mitsuke.
Speaking of Japanese sweets shops in Akasaka, Aono-san is the place to go!

You can't buy it without making a reservation.
I tried it cold, so it's cold.
Until October, starting again next spring
I was able to purchase it at the very end of October.

Apparently it was difficult to make reservations in the summer.

Chilled Mitarashi As the name suggests
Store in the refrigerator, cold mitarashi
The dango is more than just a dango.
Like jiggly jelly? By texture
If it is a regular mochi, it will become hard when it cools down.
These dumplings are delicious even when chilled.
Mitarashian was also delicious.

In addition, next spring or summer limited edition will be released.
I hope it will continue to be popular next year!


I tried Hiyashi on the internet and managed to make a reservation, which I was very happy about, but I accidentally made a reservation at the main store (it closes an hour early), and when I tried to make reservations at another store, it quickly filled up and I couldn't make a reservation (... ;)
It was already chilled, so I took some time off to go pick it up!
We also got delicious-looking Akasaka mochi, ``Hitotsubu'' filled with chestnuts, and chestnut steamed yokan on the day. Everything was delicious, but the cold one was even better than I expected and I was in agony~( ˶˃ ᵕ ˂ ˵)
Some people said it wasn't dango, but I still like the food.
Although it was cold, it was fluffy, soft, and delicious! I will buy again! Thank you for the meal♫

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