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Taiyaki Sharaku

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Desserts: Japanese Sweets


Taiyaki Sharaku Description

Taiyaki Sharaku is a charming Japanese dessert shop located in Tokyo. Specializing in taiyaki and obanyaki, this restaurant offers a unique and delicious treat for those with a sweet tooth. Taiyaki is a traditional fish-shaped pancake filled with various sweet fillings, such as red bean paste, custard, or chocolate. Obanyaki, on the other hand, is a larger pancake with a variety of fillings, including cheese, matcha, and sweet potato.

What sets Taiyaki Sharaku apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to creating the perfect taiyaki and obanyaki. The pancakes are made fresh to order, ensuring a warm and crispy exterior with a soft and gooey filling. The fillings are made with high-quality ingredients, resulting in a rich and flavorful experience.

The restaurant's cozy and traditional decor adds to the overall charm of the dining experience. With its wooden furnishings and warm lighting, Taiyaki Sharaku provides a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for guests to enjoy their desserts.

Whether you're a fan of traditional Japanese sweets or simply looking to satisfy your sweet cravings, Taiyaki Sharaku is a must-visit destination in Tokyo. Indulge in their mouthwatering taiyaki and obanyaki, and experience the perfect blend of flavors and textures that will leave you wanting more.

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Taiyaki Sharaku Overview

Address

3-chōme-9-10 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032

Phone

+81 (0) 3-3873-3453

Access

13 minute walk from Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:30AM-5:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 10:30AM-5:00PM
Wed: 10:30AM-5:00PM
Thur: 10:30AM-5:00PM
Fri: 10:30AM-5:00PM
Sat: 10:30AM-5:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Taiyaki Sharaku Reviews

Taiyaki Sharaku Google Average Rating

4.3

5

Google
Gorgeous rustic taiyaki served by a sweet old couple. The batter is light and flavourful - no overbearing sweetness and you can really taste the egg. Combined with the sweet anko and the crisp texture, it’s a refined and delicious treat that can (and should) be enjoyed by anyone visiting Asakusa.

4

Google
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You’re here reading this because you see a cute Taiyaki shop manned by an oji-san.

It’s just okay, and eaten for the nostalgia flavor. Naruto Taiyaki is crispier, as flavourful, and not out of the way.

5

Google
Authentic food, friendly owner.
Went there after a trip to the museum for a light snack.
Definitely was not very sweet as everyone else mentioned.

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