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Desserts: Japanese Sweets

Takemura


Takemura Overview

Address

1-chome-1-9 Kanda Suda Town, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo 101-0041

Phone

+81 (0) 3-3251-2328

Access

3 minute walk from Awajicho Station
4 minute walk from Ogawamachi Station
4 minute walk from Kanda Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-8:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Takemura Description

Takemura is a charming Japanese confectionery and dessert shop located in Tokyo. This hidden gem has been selected as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo for 2023, a testament to its exceptional cuisine and delightful atmosphere.

Specializing in traditional Japanese sweets, Takemura offers a wide variety of beautifully crafted wagashi, or Japanese confections. These delicate treats are made with the finest ingredients and showcase the artistry and precision of Japanese culinary traditions. From elegant dorayaki filled with sweet red bean paste to exquisite matcha-flavored mochi, each bite is a harmonious blend of flavors and textures.

What sets Takemura apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the essence of Japanese confectionery while infusing it with a modern twist. The shop's interior is a blend of traditional and contemporary design elements, creating a serene and inviting ambiance. Whether you're looking for a unique dessert experience or simply want to indulge in the beauty of Japanese sweets, Takemura is the perfect destination.

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Takemura Reviews

Takemura Google Average Rating

4.5

Takemura Tabelog Average Rating

3.73

5

Google
A very nice traditional experience. It’s not the usual western dessert, flavors are subtile. Come with cash, no credit card accepted

5

Google
Traditional Japanese sweets…I thought this shop was fantastic. The Sakura tea was memorable and out of everything we tried, I recommend the apricot. 😊

4

Google
A traditional Japanese pastry shop and teahouse in an old house, super charming, quiet on weekdays, busy on Saturday…

4

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

A long-established sweets shop located in a historic building near Kanda Station. The building has an old-fashioned appearance and has been designated as a historical building by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. I visited on a weekend evening and there was a line. There were about 5 groups of customers waiting in line to enter the store. ...

4.8

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

I found it after accidentally going to Matsuya Soba restaurant. The inside of the store feels like a time slip. The anmitsu is better and more delicious than that one from Ueno. Hana tea is a little salty and goes well with anmitsu. The fried manju is light...

5

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

I had a nostalgic experience before New Year's Eve ^_^ I had a repeat experience. This time we also have awazenzai and fried manju. After the New Year's Eve soba, I was full, but I had another stomach. Elegant red bean paste. The scent of sesame oil. The best combination, perfect...

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