Dominique Ansel Bakery, Omotesando (Closed)

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*Note: Dominique Ansel Bakery has closed down*

TOKYO | Dominique Ansel Bakery Omotesando is Dominique Ansel’s Japanese flagship and has had a consistent stream of customers lining up for his famous pastries since opening in Tokyo in June 2015. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Dominique Ansel is the inventor of the cronut, and at the Omotesando you’ll find Japanese exclusive flavours like Violet Lychee with Vanilla Sugar, and White Chocolate Pistachio Apricot with Vanilla Sugar.

The other very popular item here is the DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann) – similar to a caramelized croissant. Also fun is the Cookie Shot – a warm chocolate chip cookie shaped like a shot glass, filled to order with homemade cold-infused Tahitian vanilla milk.

Try to go during the middle of the day during weekdays to avoid lines. The first floor contains the pastry counter and come as you arrive seating, while upstairs is a reservable cafe which offers the full downstairs menu, along with some more cafe-style items. Do be aware that there’s a 10% surcharge upstairs though. And if you’re in Ginza, you might want to check out the second Tokyo Dominique Ansel Bakery, which recently opened inside the Mitsukoshi department store.

Dominique Ansel Bakery

5-7-14 Jingu-mae
Tokyo 150-0001
Japan

Telephone: 03 3486 1329
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 10:00am to 7:00pm

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