New Patisserie “Lien 1928” Selling Japanese-Style Sweets to Open at Hotel Gajoen in Tokyo

16.August.2017 | FOOD

A new patisserie by the name of “Lien 1928” will be opening in Hotel Gajoen Tokyo on September 1st. The name “Lien” originates from the French word “Lien” to mean “bond” and “connect” and the “1928” signifies the date at which Gaojen was established.


The patisserie will house chocolate delicacies made by pastry chef Takeya Shouno, as well as a host of other luxurious, hotel original treats


The hotel is going into its 90th anniversary, and since it’s a place that upholds many festivals and celebrations, they are introduction a line of delectable goodies intended as a gift for that special someone.


The line-up features a long list of delicious treats that you can only find at the hotel, including chocolate bon bons created around the design of the hotel’s gorgeous ceiling painting, temari ball shaped chocolates that were sold as limited edition Valentines Day gifts, and more. They also offer the standard pound cake and a range of baked sweets which are perfect as gifts.


The elegant patisserie is designed using ‘kumiko,’ a traditional Japanese style of woodwork, and boasts a wide range of sumptuous original sweets for you to enjoy either for yourself or as a gift to someone dear to you.


It overflows with the kind of traditional Japaneseness you want to be surrounded by, so be sure to head on over to check our their collection of treats you can only find there.



Patisserie “Lien 1928” (栞杏1928)

Address: Hotel Gajoen Tokyo 1F, 1-8-1 Shitameguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Open: 10am-8pm

Enquiries: Restaurant Desk

TEL: 050-3188-7570 Service Hours: 9am-8pm

Patisserie “Lien 1928”

TEL: 03-5434-5230 *Available from September 1st


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