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Toraya Sogo Yokohama

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Toraya Sogo Yokohama Description

Located in Yokohama, Toraya Sogo Yokohama is a charming restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese confectionery. With its elegant decor and warm ambiance, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

Toraya Sogo Yokohama is known for its exquisite selection of wagashi, which are traditional Japanese sweets made from natural ingredients such as rice, beans, and fruits. These delicate and beautifully crafted sweets are not only a treat for the taste buds but also a feast for the eyes. From the classic dorayaki, a sweet pancake filled with red bean paste, to the seasonal wagashi that showcase the flavors of each season, every bite is a delightful experience.

What makes Toraya Sogo Yokohama truly special is its commitment to preserving the art of wagashi-making. The skilled artisans at the restaurant use traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations to create these delectable treats. Each wagashi is a work of art, carefully crafted to perfection.

Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to indulge in a sweet treat, Toraya Sogo Yokohama is the perfect destination. Immerse yourself in the world of traditional Japanese confectionery and experience the exquisite flavors and craftsmanship that make this restaurant a hidden gem in Yokohama.

Toraya Sogo Yokohama Overview


B2f, Sogo Yokohama 2-chōme-18-1 Takashima, Nishi Ward, Kanagawa 220-0011


+81 (0) 45-465-2111


5 minute walk from Yokohama 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-8:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-8:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Wheelchair Accessible


Toraya Sogo Yokohama Reviews

Toraya Sogo Yokohama Google Average Rating



Well, it's already here~(;´д`)
Since Toraya-san in Midtown~
I visited the flagship Uji Kintoki for the first time in about 10 years.
A weekday afternoon after the Obon peak has passed.
An impossible wait to enter the store! Very crowded lol! After waiting for about 25 minutes, we entered the store, and as previous reviewers had mentioned, the staff was highly skilled! It's smart and smooth, and I was very satisfied during my stay. First of all, the barley tea was delicious. It was served without chilling. The main character was this, but I wonder if the regular size was so generous! ? It's a volume that I can't help but feel confused about! Now, let's eat~,,, well, as expected! That's all I can say! The wonderfulness of the matcha honey and the black bean paste at the base, the plump and elegant texture of the optional shiratama dumplings, the density of the ice, and the intensity of the sweetness, I have no choice but to say that they are all in one place...'For me, it's a frozen dessert. It is the unwavering benchmark taste! ”


I found Toraya's cafe in an inconspicuous place.
I entered the store around 1pm without waiting.
It wasn't very crowded, probably because it's in a location that you can easily miss.
The red beans under the shaved ice were delicious, as expected from Toraya.
The shaved ice with white bean paste is also delicious.


I used the cafe.

Anyway, the tea was delicious and my eyes widened.
Torayato is amazing.

I was told that I could add hot water to the tea later.

I don't usually have the habit of eating yokan, but the combination of plump texture and delicious tea was the best.

Since it was a weekday evening, the store was relatively empty, so it was the perfect spot to take a breather in a spacious and comfortable space.

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