MOSHI MOSHI BOX staff recommends 6 Tokyo souvenirs!

19.February.2018 | FEATURES / FOOD / SPOT

Tokyo Station is a station used by many tourists. When you visit Tokyo, of course, you will want to buy some souvenirs. But you may wonder, what souvenirs are “good” Tokyo souvenirs?

In this article, the staff of MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Tourist Information Center, who love to travel, will introduce to you some recommended souvenirs which can be bought in and around Tokyo Station.

“Ohana no Babaroa Ball Cake”recommended by our Spanish staff, Luki.


I am sure that this gift is suitable to be given to women who loves flowers.

The product uses eatable flowers and has a gorgeous looking/splendid taste.


Hana no Babaroa havaro

Address: Tokyo Station Ichibangai (first shopping area) 1F TOKYO ME+, 1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyodaku, Tokyo

Business hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 to 2:30, Saturday, Sunday, holidays 9:00 to 20:00

Fixed holidays: None

Access: Near the ticket-collecting area of North Yaesu Exit/Entrance, Tokyo






“Torotoro Yaki Cup Cheese” recommended by our Hong Konger staff, Minimal.


A very popular product where some days about 4,000 pieces are sold in a day! The combination of the melty cream cheese and crunchy cookie tart is awesome.

You can enjoy the product by heating it or cooling it.


Fromage Terra

Address: Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit/Entrance’s ticket collecting area, Keiyo Street 1F, 1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyodaku, Tokyo

Business hours: 8:00 to 21:00

Access: Inside Keiyo Street, JR Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit/Entrance



“Siretoco Doughnut”recommdend by our Chinese-speaking staff, Banako

Many cute animals are place on top of a doughnut and of course, the doughnuts taste good.

Each animal is very cute and there are Tokyo Station-limited variations!


Siretoco Factory Tokyo Station Keiyo Street Store

Address: 1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Business hours: 8:00 to 22:00

Access: Right side of Keiyo Street near JR Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit/Entrance




“Tokyo Banana – Banana Yogurt Flavor” recommended by the Miss ID Semi-Finalist, Midori.


Did you know that a new version of Tokyo Banana (a very famous sweets item of Tokyo), a collaborative item with the panda cub in Ueno Zoo called Xiang Xiang, was released!?

The flavor of the product is banana & yogurt. Eating this item will feel a bit “mottainai”to eat. That is, it looks too cute to be eaten because the illustration of the panda cub is so cute!


Tokyo Banana – Panda Banana Yogurt Flavor “Miitsuketa”

Price: 515 yen – 4 pieces / 1,080 yen – 8 pieces / 1,595 yen – 12 pieces (all prices include tax)

Access: Tokyo Banana Aka Renga Building (inside the ticket collecting area)






“Gomatamago” recommended by our English-speaking staff, Ellie.


This sweets item is a standard souvenir of Tokyo. The black sesame paste, and black sesame jam are wrapped inside a castella sponge cake and the whole cake is coated with a white chocolate.

The splendid harmony of the 4 layers is addictive. The shape of the product which looks like an egg is very cute♡ The name, Gomatamago means, “goma” = “sesame” and “tamago”=”egg.”


Address: Daimaru Tokyo Store 1F, 1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Business hours: <Monday to Friday> 10:00 to 21:00, <Saturday, Sunday and holidays> 10:00 to 20:00

※The business hours are as same as the Daimaru Tokyo Store

Fixed holidays: as same as Daimaru Tokyo Store

Access: JR Tokyo Station, near the north exit/entrance ticket collecting area




“Tokyo Hiyoko” recommended by the director of MOSHI MOSHI BOX, Shiota.

A standard Tokyo souvenir dessert comprised of a sweet bean jam wrapped in a soft dough.

Don’t miss the various of flavors which are sold for a limited time offers!


Tokyo Hiyoko Tokyo Meika Hiyoko

Available places: Souvenir stores in Tokyo including Daimaru Tokyo Store

Price: 605 yen – 5 pieces / 1,080 yen – 9 pieces / 2,160 yen – 18 pieces (all prices include tax)




How did you like our MOSHI MOSHI BOX staff recommended Tokyo souvenirs? Please refer to this article when you are not sure which Tokyo souvenir to buy. Let’s have fun in Tokyo!