Tasty & Beautiful Gift Snacks Arrive at Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

10.May.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is a gorgeous comprehensive hotel and museum which rebranded itself in April 2017 and is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.

The establishment has prepared a special selection of two delicious gifts which are sold at the hotel’s patisserie Lien 1928 and have been officially recognised by Secretary of Dining which is managed by Gurunavi.

雅叙園 天井画ショコラ「竹林」

The first treat is the Chikurin (‘bamboo thicket’) chocolates made to look like decorative ceiling paintings. These are popular chocolates made by pastry chef Takeya Shono which are served at the hotel’s patisserie Lien 1928 on the first floor where they sell sweets and other foods.

Ever since it was established in 1928, it has recreated decorative ceiling art found at Japanese museums and also in hotels, as well as intricate designs and patterns seen in Japanese paintings.

雅叙園 焼き菓子ギフト「彩iro-dori」

The second gift snack is baked and is called Iro-Dori. It includes three popular powdered cakes which have been made with hard-to-get premium matcha from Ome in Tokyo. It also includes a variety of baked biscuits and other sweets.


This selection of snacks is a showcase by Secretary of Dining, one of Japan’s biggest secretary service support sites managed by Gurunavi. Their products have received much praise especially amongst secretaries as their gift snacks cater towards the business scene.


Lien 1928 offers unique sweets inspired by the beauty of Japan. Why not pick some up yourself?



Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

Address: 1-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro, Tokyo

TEL: 03-3491-4111


“Secretary of Dining” Officially Recognised 2018 Gift Snack Collection



Chikurin Decorative Ceiling Chocolates

Quantity: 5

Price: ¥2,376 (Tax-Included)

Iro-Dori Baked Snacks

Price: ¥3,240 (Tax-Included)