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Desserts: Cake

Atelier Sekka

Atelier Sekka Overview


3-chōme-37-6 Sugamo, Toshima City, Tokyo 170-0002


+81 (0) 3-5980-9891


5 minute walk from Sugamo Station (JR Yamanote Line)
3 minute walk from Sugamo Station (Toei Subway Mita Line)
Walk straight on Sugamo Jizo-dori Shopping Street, and you will see the main hall of Koganji Temple (Thorn Pulling Jizo) in front of you. If you pass through the left side of the temple grounds, you will be able to see it.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-5:00PM
Mon: 12:00PM-5:00PM
Tue: 12:00PM-5:00PM
Wed: 12:00PM-5:00PM
Thur: 12:00PM-5:00PM
Fri: 12:00PM-5:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-5:00PM

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Atelier Sekka Description

Located in Tokyo, Atelier Sekka is a unique and charming restaurant that specializes in the art of Japanese shaved ice, known as kakigori. This cozy establishment is a haven for dessert lovers, offering a delightful array of flavors and toppings that are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

What sets Atelier Sekka apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to creating the perfect kakigori experience. The skilled artisans at Atelier Sekka use only the finest ingredients to craft their fluffy and refreshing shaved ice creations. From traditional flavors like matcha and strawberry to more adventurous combinations like yuzu and black sesame, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

The restaurant's decor is equally as enchanting as its menu. With its minimalist design and soft lighting, Atelier Sekka provides a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for guests to relax and indulge in their sweet treats. Whether you're looking for a unique dessert experience or simply want to satisfy your cravings, Atelier Sekka is the perfect destination for a delightful kakigori adventure.

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The fluffiest hand cranked kakigori, amazing, really. This location is a teeny bit off the regular tourist path but is worth it, you can tell because there's a waitlist and a line and it's full of people (95% females) both young and older excitedly waiting. The sign up sheet has everyone writing their name in katakana including Japanese folks so I'm not sure if they do that on purpose to read names out earlier but it's probably going to help them call out your name if you can write it that way. Kakigori is a melt fast therefore eat fast kind of thing, so the line isn't that bad because the turnover is pretty good and you're encouraged not to dilly dally for the sake of those waiting in line. Once you go in you are seated, you order and pay cash to the person who comes to take your order up front. The kakigori is done by hand cranked machines rather than electric, so it requires a whole level of skill to operate to keep it at the right consistency and yet somehow here they produce some very light texture with good structure. The flavours I had on my mont blanc were excellent too, pronounced chestnut flavour, good balance without being too sweet. It was unreal, 100% recommended.


It’s a few minutes walk from Sugamo station and I can only imagine how packed this place gets during the summertime. It’s a small eatery but the staff are great and were busy making a lot of kakigoris. I went with their strawberry and loved it, the fresh strawberry sauce is wonderful. It gets even better when poured on top and combines with the freshly shaved ice and milk. This was my first time trying kakigori in Japan and loved every bit of it. It’s quite a treat for the eyes and makes me want to try more kakigori the next time I’m in Japan.


Went around 3pm and only waited 20 minutes. Soft and delicate shaved ice and the fruit flavour really sings. We had the strawberry shortcake one which comes with whipped cream on top. There are also chopped strawberries inside.


Translated from Japanese:

I love how the ice is fluffy and has a great texture. I go there about 2-3 times a month, and it's always delicious and amazing. I like spicy foods, so I eat zunda, chestnuts, and sweet potatoes, and they are delicious. Zunda no Mori leaves early...


Translated from Japanese:

A beautiful Sunday. It opens at 11:00, but arrive 10 minutes early. There is a sign in front of the store, so write your full name and wait until your time. You will be called in order and assigned a seat. Menu...


Translated from Japanese:

Japanese chestnut Mont Blanc! It was the best taste for 2400 yen. There are chestnuts inside, and the mont blanc on top is very delicious. Even though it's shaved ice, it's creamy and delicious... Just writing about it makes me want to eat it again...

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