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13.November.2017

5 Recommended Confectionery & Drink Gifts to Buy From GINZA SIX in Ginza!

Ever since GINZA SIX opened in spring this year it has become a hugely popular new location for the district of Ginza. Not only can you find all the fashion and lifestyle stores you could ever hope for in one place, but rows of food shops too selling foods and drinks that people are going crazy for. From the procession of shops you can find in Ginza we have carefully picked 5 worth checking out where you can get your hands on presents we guarantee people will be happy with. Bookmark this page too – you’ll be happy you did.


1. “Yamagata Masamune – Kimoto Junmai 1898″ (Imadeya Ginza)

This is a limited edition Japanese sake from Imadeya to be enjoyed together with a meal.

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Imadeya Ginza is a sake brewer that stocks and ships close to 600 brands of local sake, authentic shochu, Japanese wine. If you’re looking to buy Japanese alcohol then this is the place to go. The Yamagata Masamune Kimoto Junmai 1898 is produced by Mitobe Shuzo in Yamagata Prefecture. It’s made with high quality sake rice  from Okayama Prefecture and omachi rice Akaiwa. As well as maintaining Yamagata Masamune’s original flavours – a “sharp” flavour delivered by the firm taste of the rice and hard mineral water – the drink also has multiple layers of flavour thanks to the processing methods.

 

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Yamagata Masamune Kimoto Junmai 1898

Store Name: Imadeya

Address: Imadeya, GINZA SIX B2, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo

Open: 10:30-20:30
Price: ¥1,600 (tax excl.) (720ml)
Website:  http://www.imadeya.co.jp/

 

2. “Hokkaido Fresh Cream Pudding” (Marlowe – GINZA SIX branch)

A high quality dessert boasted by a restaurant that was established in 1984.

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Marlowe is a café & restaurant located in front of “Tateishi” in Akiya, Yokosuka that is famous for its evening sun and as being selected as one of Kanagawa’s 50 places of scenic beauty. The city’s first expanding shop, Marlowe is a place where you can enjoy popular take-out sweets. The most popular sweet is a handmade baked pudding that comes in a beaker made with fresh cream from Hokkaido. It’s popular for its velvety, rich flavour thanks to its ingredients that include high quality milk and fresh cream from Hokkaido, as well as eggs and vanilla means.

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Hokkaido Fresh Cream Pudding

Store Name: Marlowe (GINZA SIX branch)
Address: Marlowe, GINZA SIX B2, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo
Open: 10:30-20:30
Price: ¥750 (tax excl.) (180gl)
Website:  http://www.marlowe.co.jp/

 

3. “Tokiba” (KUROGI CHACHA)

KUROGI CHACHA is a shop that preserves tradition while also challenging itself to create new flavours for Japanese wagashi (confectioneries)

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“Kurogi” is said to be one of the hardest restaurants to reserve a place for in Japan. To maintain the same spirit as the original restaurant, “KUROGI CHACHA” is a collaboration with the Kyoto tea shop “Fukujuen.” The delectable to look out for is the Tokiba, a mix of arrowroot and cream cheese from Japan. You can enjoy the delicious Uji matcha flavour together with the Japanese ‘purin-like’ texture. They also come in wooden boxes so they are perfect to give as a gift.

 

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Tokiba

Store Name: KUROGI CHACHA
Address: KUROGI CHACHA, GINZA SIX B2, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo

Open: 10:30-20:30 (eat-in last orders at 20:00)
Price: ¥2,700 (tax excl.)

 

 

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