Siretoco Factory Ecute Ueno




Hokkaido's Nakashibetsu Town is the birthplace of the Shiretoko Doughnut, named after the peninsula that's known as one of the most remote regions in all of Japan. Made with milk from that same region, these goodies are soft, sweet and cutesy, especially when made in the adorable panda shape sold at this Ueno location. Flavours range from milk and caramel to pumpkin and chocolate, so you might want to buy more than one while you're at it.


Inside Ecute Ueno (JR Ueno Station 3F), 7-1-1 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Transport Ueno Station

Telephone 03 3843 2077

Open 8am-10pm (Fri until 10.30pm, Sun & holidays until 9pm)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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