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Eisen Okano Description

Located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Eisen Okano is a charming Japanese confectionery and dessert shop that offers a delightful selection of traditional Japanese sweets. As a recipient of the prestigious Tokyo Hyakumeiten award in 2023, Eisen Okano is known for its exceptional craftsmanship and dedication to preserving the art of Japanese confectionery.

Step into Eisen Okano and be transported to a world of exquisite flavors and elegant aesthetics. The interior is tastefully decorated with a blend of modern and traditional elements, creating a serene and inviting atmosphere. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect, from the beautifully arranged displays of confections to the carefully crafted tea sets.

One of the highlights of Eisen Okano is its extensive menu of wagashi, or traditional Japanese sweets. These delicate treats are made with the finest ingredients and showcase the skill and precision of the artisans. From dorayaki, a sweet pancake filled with red bean paste, to daifuku, a soft mochi filled with various flavors, each wagashi is a work of art that delights both the eyes and the palate.

What sets Eisen Okano apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the traditions of Japanese confectionery while also incorporating modern flavors and techniques. The menu features a variety of seasonal and limited-edition sweets, ensuring that there is always something new and exciting to try. Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese sweets or simply looking to indulge in a unique culinary experience, Eisen Okano is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking the finest in Japanese confectionery.

Eisen Okano Overview


5-chōme-24-2 Sendagaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-8580


+81 (0) 3-5361-1111


3 minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Mon: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Tue: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Wed: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-8:30PM
Sat: 10:00AM-8:30PM

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Eisen Okano Reviews

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[Visited on 2023.09.11]
I had some business to do in Shinjuku, so I went to visit the 100 famous stores in Shinjuku. The second store I visited after the patisserie was Toranomon Okano Eisen Shinjuku Takashimaya store.

This is a Japanese sweets shop located on the basement floor of Shinjuku Takashimaya. This shop has been selected as one of the 2023 Tabelog 100 Famous Japanese Sweets and Sweets Restaurants.

I bought chestnut manju and monaka. The chestnut manju contains candied chestnuts, so you can feel the sweetness of the chestnuts. Combined with the sweetness of the red bean paste, it has a rich taste. Monaka has a crispy texture and the skin of the monaka is delicious. The combination of grained bean paste increases the flavor.


Mame Daifuku was founded in 1873 (Taisho 1)!

4 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station,
100 Famous Japanese Sweets and Sweets Shops
Visited "Toranomon Eisen Okano Shinjuku Takashimaya store".
Okano Eisen is a very long-established store that was founded in 1873.

When I arrived around 12:30 on Sunday, there were several groups at the store.
I was able to pay the bill after waiting a few minutes.

There is no eat-in
I bought Mame Daifuku @270 yen and took it out.

The bean paste in Mame Daifuku is so smooth!
It goes well with rice cake and is delicious.

It was delicious till the end.

Maybe I would like it a little more salty?


"Eisen Okano" whose main store is Toranomon
Daifuku is too famous, isn't it?
At the Takashimaya store in Shinjuku, this is a popular item that sells out by mid-morning.

The softness of the rice cake, the elegance of the bean paste, and the seasoning of the beans make it the most delicious daifuku I've ever had.

The price of 270 yen is also reasonable. The expiration date is the same day.

It depends on Takashimaya's business hours, so as of June 2022, it is open at 10:30.