If you ever crave traditional Japanese sweets such as anmitsu, check out Ginza Tatsutano on chuo-street. Pictured above are the “Ogura Shiratama Anmitsu” (1100yen), “Yoyogimochi Anmitsu” (1000yen) with an extra topping of green tea ice cream (160yen) and the “Kuzumochi Kinako Anmitsu” (1000yen). They were all very authentic and perfectly satisfied our tea time craving :)
My name is Maki and I enjoy exploring the incredible variety of food the city has to offer and I love yummy eats. While Tokyo is famous for its many Michelin-rated and other top-notch restaurants, on Tokyo Eats I mostly share the less publicized and more affordable places locals like to visit on a daily basis. Once in a while I might share some other things as well. Thanks for visiting!
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