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Gyokueidou Hikokuro

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Gyokueidou Hikokuro Description

Located in Tokyo, Gyokueidou Hikokuro is a renowned Japanese confectionery and dessert shop. Recognized as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo, this establishment offers a unique and delightful experience for those with a sweet tooth. Specializing in traditional Japanese sweets, Gyokueidou Hikokuro is a must-visit for anyone looking to indulge in the rich and diverse flavors of Japanese cuisine.

What sets Gyokueidou Hikokuro apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the art of Japanese confectionery. With a history dating back to the Edo period, the shop has mastered the art of creating exquisite wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets). Each sweet is meticulously crafted using high-quality ingredients and traditional techniques, resulting in a harmonious blend of flavors and textures.

One of the highlights of Gyokueidou Hikokuro's menu is their dorayaki, a popular Japanese dessert consisting of two fluffy pancakes sandwiched together with a sweet filling. The shop offers a variety of dorayaki flavors, including classic red bean paste, matcha, and seasonal fruit fillings. Each dorayaki is made to perfection, with a delicate balance of sweetness and a soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture.

Step into Gyokueidou Hikokuro and be transported to a world of Japanese culinary excellence. The shop's elegant and traditional decor creates a serene and inviting atmosphere, perfect for enjoying a cup of tea and savoring the exquisite flavors of their confections. Whether you're a fan of traditional Japanese sweets or simply looking to explore the rich culinary heritage of Japan, Gyokueidou Hikokuro is a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts and confectionery lovers alike.

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Gyokueidou Hikokuro Overview

Address

2-chōme-3-2 Nihonbashiningyōchō, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-0013

Phone

+81 (0) 3-3666-2625

Access

2 minute walk from Ningyocho Station A1 Exit
5 minute walk from Mizuho-mae Station Exit 7

Operating Hours

Sun: 9:30AM-5:00PM
Mon: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Tue: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Wed: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Thur: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-6:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Non-smoking

Gyokueidou Hikokuro Reviews

Gyokueidou Hikokuro Google Average Rating

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Google
Stopped by here and the 銅鑼焼き was soooo tasty! I’m not a sweet person and the sweetness was just about right :) I’ll definitely visit again when I go.

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Google
Gyokueido Hikokuro is a Japanese sweets shop located 2 minutes walk from Ningyocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.

This store was founded in Kyoto in 1576 (Tensho 4), and the current Ningyocho opened in 1954 (Showa 29). After that, the main store in Kyoto was closed and the store was consolidated into Ningyocho store.

I visited in the afternoon on a weekend and purchased their famous product, ``Torayaki.'' Apparently it's called "Torayaki" instead of "Dorayaki".

According to the store's website, it comes from a legend that says ``the house of tigers is happy'' and has the meaning of prosperity for descendants.

``Toraikeki'' has a different visual appearance from the usual dorayaki. The dough is beautifully baked in a tiger pattern, and plenty of firm bean paste is sandwiched between the dough.

Although it is small in size, it has a perfect balance between the moist and elegantly sweet dough and the flavorful, fluffy, soft and delicious bean paste!

Large-sized dorayaki is good, but this ``Toraikeki'' is also quite good. It's really delicious.

The warabi mochi seems to have a good reputation, and it was a shop that made me want to try out other Japanese sweets as well.

Thank you for the meal!

4

Google
There are rows of Japanese sweets that would make great gifts. The purpose of this time was warabi mochi, which I had heard good reviews about. It was a wonderful warabi mochi that melts in your mouth with a natural flavor without any unnecessary seasonings. It was delicious with green tea and chestnut yokan and Domyoji.

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