Restaurants

Ice Cream in Ebisu, Meguro & Around

Ouca

Green tea isn’t the only flavour Japan has contributed to the ice-cream playbook; other delicious innovations available (seasonally) at this famous Ebisu ice-cream stand include kuro-goma (black sesame), kinako kuro…
Ice Cream in West Tokyo

Daily Chiko

A Nakano legend and one of Nakano Broadway's few original shops, this ice-cream counter features eight flavours of soft-serve – and you can get them all in one towering cone (¥490). Or just two or three, if you beli…
Desserts in Kōrakuen & Akihabara

Amanoya

The owner of this charming dessert cafe is a bit of a collector, as you'll discover from the eclectic bits and bobs on display ranging from model trains to carved masks. Motherly women dole out sweet treats, such as…
Ice Cream in Asakusa & Sumida River

Suzukien

Suzukien boasts of having the most matcha-ful matcha ice cream around, and the deep moss-green Premium No. 7 does not disappoint. In addition to the seven levels of matcha, you can try ice cream in hōjicha (roasted …
Desserts in Ginza & Tsukiji

Sanokiya

The sweet red-bean pancakes, usually known as taiyaki after their bream (tai) shape, are renamed maguro-yaki here after Tsukiji's most famous fish – tuna. They come either in crispy or soft-shell versions, the latte…