6月 24, 2019
Shops With High Ratings! The Best 10 Shops You Can Get Chocolates!
Everyone loves chocolates that have a mouth melting feeling. No matter how old you are, sweet chocolates are the amazing confectionery. Do you know each shop offers the original and different taste of chocolates? In this article, I will list the best 10 shops that offer the unique chocolates in Tokyo!
Located 6 minutes away from Suitenguumae Station and 5 minutes from Ningyouchou Station in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, there’s this chocolatier called “pourjours”. The exterior in white colour makes you feel if you get lost in a world of France.
Chocolates here are so colourful that you can enjoy just to look. Although the chocolate itself is relatively expensive as it costs 2,000 yen for 5 (bon bon chocolat), why not get one occasionally to treat yourself? Also, they sell macarons and honey. There’s a cafe next to the shop, so if you would like to sit and get relaxed, it’s a great place too.
Address: 1st Teikei Building, 1-13-4, Kagigara Town, Nihonbashi, Chuo Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 5 mins from Ningyouchou Station
Map: map to pourjours
One of the trends now is “Bean to bar” style. “Bean to bar” means that every process of making chocolates is done by the shop itself. Therefore, the shops sells the original chocolates!
“CHAPON”, located in Jiyuugaoka, is the first shop came from France and has a “Bean to bar” style. It is France after all – chocolates are so colourful and unique with the attractive package! Girls sure love those adorable appearance. But they are not only cute, but also taste amazing!
Address: Le Ciel Bleu 102, 2-8-8, Jiyuugaoka, Meguro Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 6 mins from Jiyuugaoka Station
Map: map to CHAPON
MAGIE DU CHOCOLAT
Located 3 minutes away from Jiyugaoka Station by walking, there’s a beautiful chocolatier “MAGIE DU CHOCOLAT”. This shop is also proud of its “Bean to bar” style. Here they offer not only chocolates, but also soft-serve ice cream and sophisticated chocolate sweets such as terrine and Japanese ganache. Any of those look so beautiful that you sure would like to take a photo and upload it onto your SNS!
Also, the official website tells from which country the beans originally came. Just try if you are interested!
Name: MAGIE DU CHOCOLATE
Address: Level1, 6-33-14, Okusawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo
Time: 10:00-19:00 (Last Order 17:30)
Access: Walk 3 mins from Jiyuugaoka
Map: map to MAGIE DU CHOCOLATE
“Minimal”, which has the shops in Fujigaya, Ginza, and Shirokane Takanawa, proudly offers the unique chocolates. You can enjoy its chocolate bars in any scenes and occasions; when you just want to take a bite, choose a size yourself, and share with someone else.
Also, there’s a recipe card which tells you about the beans; the country of origin, taste and flavour, how much cacao it contains, and even the types of sugar they use too. If you are interested in the authentic chocolates, try this place!
Name: Minimal Fujigaya
Address: 2-1-9, Fujigaya, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 6 mins from Yoyogi Park
Map: map to Minimal Fujigaya
Nonna & Sidhi
This shop does actually not specialise only in chocolate. They mainly sell organic ingredients and wine directly imported from Italy. Of all, there’s a chocolate “DOMORI” that they sell.
This is the chocolate originated in Torino of Piemonte, Italy. Surprisingly, it contains less than 0.001 percent of Criollo. It is said that this chocolate can be purchased only at this shop in Japan. There are also a wide variety of DOMORI chocolates and you can choose your favourite flavour, the amount of cacao, and the country of origin.
Name: Nonna & Sidhi
Address: 2-10-6, West Ebisu, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 5 mins from Daikanyama Station
Website: https://www.nonnaandsidhishop.com/ （記載されているURLでは404飛んでしまいます）
Map: map to Nonna & Sidhi
Décadence du Chocolat
When it comes the authentic and sophisticated chocolates – “Décadence du Chocolat” is the one. Chocolates are lining up in the display. They have 2 shops; one in Ginza, and the other one is in Myougadani, and both offer real French chocolates.
Those chocolates are the best gifts in any occasions for souvenirs or anniversaries. When you put it into your mouth, you would feel as if you are a Parisienne. If you are looking for the beautiful chocolates in Japan, this place is strongly recommended!
Name: Décadence du Chocolat Ginza
Address: G-ZONE 1-2-3, Ginza, Chuo Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 2 mins from Kyoubashi Station via Ginza Line
Map: map to Décadence du Chocolat Ginza
“Only one in the world!” – Who wouldn’t be interested in this word? This “Henri Leroux” is the only shop in the world that specialises in caramel and chocolate. As its name, Henri Leroux launched this shop. Actually, he is extremely popular in the chocolate industry and more surprisingly, he is a pioneer that invented salt related products including “Salted Caramel”.
Even “How to make Bon Bon Chocolat” is open to public on the official website, and it tells you from the scratch – from returning it to the room temperature to “look at the chocolat” before eating it! He must’ve thought that he wanted everyone to enjoy the world of chocolates as much as possible. Visit and try once you are in Shinjuku!
Address: Isetan Shinjuku Store, 3-14-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 5 mins from Shinjuku Station
Map: map to Henri-Leroux
Have you ever tried mint chocolate? People either love it or hate it, but the authentic ones are actually so nice with the fresh taste of mint and the smell of cacao.
“Chocolatier Erica” is located in Shirogane Dai in Tokyo. Although they have a wide variety of products such as rum raisin, orange peel, and truffle etc., people seem to enjoy mint chocolate the most. Each one is made as the leaf and looks so adorable. Chocolate is what kids love, but this shop is more for adults!
Name: Chocolatier Erica
Address: 4-6-43, Shirogane Dai, Minato Ku, Tokyo
Close: 1st-31st Aug, 31st Dec-3rd Jan
Access: Walk 7 mins from Shirogane Dai Station
Map: map to Chocolatier Erica
A small and friendly chocolatier in Setagaya – “xocol”. The chocolates sold here are in the shape of coins (Beautiful Bird QUETZAL), or the ones with the seeds covered with sugar (Grenada Rough Stone). They look quite simple, but the chocolate they use is made by chocolat mill.
“Beautiful Bird QUETZAL” is one of their products in the shape of coins, but even the one with 48 pieces lasts for about 180 days so is quite suitable for gifts too. The origin of chocolate varies – from Ghana, Columbia, to Honduras. If you are looking for a souvenir, this is the place!
Address: 5-1-23, Fukazawa, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo
Access: Walk 25 mins from Todoroki Station
Map: map to xocol
Musee du Chocolat Theo Broma
The head store of “Musee du Chocolat Theo Broma” is in Shibuya – and they have other shops in Ikebukuro, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, and Yoyogi etc. As can be seen, this is an extremely popular chocolatier and thus it is accessible from anywhere in Tokyo. If you just feel like having the sophisticated chocolate in Tokyo, you can immediately visit the nearest shop!
Not only the popular Bon Bon Chocolat, but they also offer other original products such as Confiture and Gelato. How about visiting this shop and sharing the experience with your family, friends, and the ones you love?
Name: Musee du Chocolat Theo Broma
Address: Green Core Shibuya Level 1, 1-14-9, Fujigaya Shibuya Tokyo
Time: 9:30-20:00 / Cafe 9:30-19:30
Close: None (except New Years)
Map: map to Musee du Chocolat Theo Broma
Get The Beautiful Chocolates In Tokyo!
How was it? If you are looking to get the chocolates in Tokyo, these shops are recommended the most. They are just chocolates after all, but each one of them are so different if you try! – The ingredients are not the same, and the process is of course not the same either. Try those authentic chocolates once you are in Tokyo!