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Cafe / Bakery / Pastries / Desserts
Lunch: ¥999 - Dinner: ¥3,000-3,999
Strong pastry credentials back up the world-class baking at this Shinagawa patisserie.
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Ryoco Takeuchi was born in Osaka, and developed a love of cakes and sweets from a young age. Following this passion into adulthood, she decided to train as a pâtissière for 1 year each at "Michel Blanc" in southern France and "Arno Laere" in Paris. She opened her own shop in 2005, in an area near Shinagawa Station. Pâtisserie Ryoco is on another level than most bakeries in Japan, capturing the sheer decadence of French style baking in the range and richness of its sweets. Delicate profiteroles with fresh cream; gorgeous works of chocolate artisanship in the petit gateau; rich loaf cakes which are neither too dense nor too crumbly; homemade chocolate bars loaded with nuts; and perfectly formed macarons add a beautiful splash of color to the display. If you hadn’t already decided to make the journey here before that list was finished, take a look at some pictures of their cakes, and you’ll be hopping on the first train there.
Pâtisserie Ryoco Phone Number03-5422-6942
Sunday: 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Saturday: 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Pâtisserie Ryoco Address3-2-8 Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo, 108-0074, Japan
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