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Desserts: Japanese Sweets


Takamatsuya Description

Takamatsuya is a charming Japanese confectionery shop located in Tokyo, specifically in the Meguro, Shirokane, and Gotanda areas. This traditional establishment specializes in wagashi, which are traditional Japanese sweets. As you step into Takamatsuya, you will be transported to a world of elegance and refinement, with its beautifully designed interior and serene atmosphere.

What sets Takamatsuya apart from other confectionery shops is its commitment to preserving the art of wagashi-making. The skilled artisans at Takamatsuya use only the finest ingredients and traditional techniques to create these delicate and exquisite sweets. Each wagashi is a work of art, carefully crafted to reflect the beauty of nature and the changing seasons.

One of the highlights of Takamatsuya's menu is their assortment of seasonal wagashi. These sweets are made using ingredients that are in season, resulting in flavors that are fresh and vibrant. From delicate cherry blossom-shaped sweets in spring to rich chestnut-filled treats in autumn, each bite is a celebration of the flavors and colors of Japan.

Whether you are a connoisseur of wagashi or simply looking to experience the beauty of Japanese sweets, Takamatsuya is a must-visit destination. Indulge in the artistry and craftsmanship of these traditional treats and immerse yourself in the rich culinary heritage of Japan.

Takamatsuya Overview


Sunny Side Heights, 3-chōme-16-2 Nishishinagawa, Shinagawa City, Tokyo 141-0033


+81 (0) 3-4296-6530


5 minute walk from Osaki Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Wed: 9:30AM-7:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-6:00PM

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Takamatsuya Reviews

Takamatsuya Google Average Rating



Very tasty daifuku and very friendly staff. Can’t wait to go back!


Delicious 😋


``Takamatsuya'' is a Japanese confectionery shop founded in 2016 (Heisei 28), located 5 minutes walk from JR Osaki Station.

This shop is run by a disciple of the famous Japanese sweets shop ``Matsushimaya'' in Takanawa, and its famous strawberry daifuku and mame daifuku are delicious.

The store had been closed for several months due to an injury to the owner, but I was told that the store had reopened in November, so I purchased Mame Daifuku.

The large beans on the surface are soft, and the bean paste is filled with plenty of large beans! The sweetness is modest and elegant.
The chewy dough is moist, soft and delicious.

It was a dish that clearly shows that they are particular about not using additives or preservatives, and value the deliciousness of the ingredients.

I'm still recovering from illness, so I don't have a lot of items.
Take care of yourself and continue to enjoy delicious Japanese sweets
I would like you to provide it!

I look forward to hearing from you again. Thank you for the meal.

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