4 Japanese sweets shops selling foods for walk and eat in Shinjuku
Are there any shops that come to mind when you want to walk and eat in Shinjuku?
There are many shops in Shinjuku, but we think there aren’t many shops where you can eat and walk.
In a previous article, we introduced sweets shops selling foods for walk and eat in Shinjuku.
This time we will introduce 4 Japanese sweets shops in Shinjuku.
If you are interested in walk and eat sweets in Shinjuku, please take a look.
① Oiwake Dango Honpo
Oiwake Dango Honpo is a long-established Japanese confectionery shop in Shinjuku. It is located near Shinjuku Sanchome Station and is open from 10:00 to 20:30. You can also walk from Shinjuku Station. There is also a cafe so you can eat in the shop. The specialty Dango(=rice dumpling on a stick) are included in a pack, so they are perfect for walk and eat. There are various flavors such as sweet, not sweet and seasonal. The price starts from 180 yen each. If you are interested in walk and eat sweets in Shinjuku, please go there.
Tokiya is a long-established Dorayaki(=red bean pancake) shop in Shinjuku. Located near Shinjuku Station West Exit, business hours are 11: 00-21: 30 (Sundays and public holidays are up to 20:00). The Dorayaki of this shop is said to be a model of dorayaki appearing in Doraemon, a Japanese national animation. The price starts from 190 yen each. As it is wrapped one by one, it is perfect for walk and eat. There are four sizes. If you are interested in walk and eat sweets in Shinjuku, please go there.
③ Cha No Ikedaya
Cha No Ikedaya is a shop in Shinjuku where you can taste delicious Japanese sweets. The place is located a little walk out of the Shinjuku Station West Exit ticket gate. Please note that it is underground. Business hours are from 10:00 to 21:30. The main business is a long-established Japanese tea specialty store. It mainly sells Japanese tea and tea utensils, but also sells Matcha(=Green tea espresso) drinks and sweets. We recommend Matcha soft serve (250 yen). Perfect for walk and eat. This Matcha soft serve made with a super high-quality soft ice cream machine is very delicious, but the recommendation is to add a 100 yen “Matcha doraku set” to it. This is a service that allows you to top up Matcha espresso etc. in soft serve. Choose your favorite from four different toppings. If you are interested in walk and eat sweets in Shinjuku, please go there.
④ TORAYA CAFE AN STAND
TORAYA CAFE AN STAND is a cafe established by Toraya, a long-established Japanese confectionery shop that has been in business for 500 years.The place is just outside the Shinjuku Station New South Exit ticket gate. Business hours are from 10:00 to 21:30 (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays until 21:00). It is a Shinjuku store where you can enjoy various creative Japanese sweets using Anko(=Sweetened red bean paste). Recommended is ”Ankoppe” (441 yen). This is a small hotdog bread with plenty of Anko paste and cream cheese. Please purchase it as it is perfect for walk and eat. There are a variety of other sweets you can walk and eat. If you are interested in walk and eat sweets in Shinjuku, please go there.
How was it?
This time we introduced sweets shops selling foods for walk and eat in Shinjuku.
Please check this article before going to Shinjuku and go to your favorite shops introduced here.
See you next time.