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A sweet shop that – since its establishment in 1930 – has managed to escape any serious wartime damage, Takemura still exists and operates in its original building: a building that is now a designated as a ‘place of historical importance’. Inside, in addition to tables and chairs, there is also a tatami-matted area. The original recipe for the shop’s anmitsu came from Ginza Wakamatsu. Takemura serve a free cup of sakura-yu (a drink made from an infusion of salted cherry blossoms in water).



1-9 Kanda-Sudacho, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Transport Awajicho station (Marunouchi line), exit A3

Telephone 03 3251 2328

Open 11am-8pm / closed Sun and nat. holidays


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

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