Japan travel is sweet when you end up in one of these 6 top desserts buffets in Tokyo. All-you-can-eat cafés and restaurants are all over Tokyo, and some of them are a must-stop during your journey. Some offer traditional sweets, others a mixture of them, and others fruits. Let’s get spoiled together!
We star with Marble Lounge at The Hilton Tokyo. A mixture of luxury and all types of sweets will thrill your thirst for elegance and sugary pastries. This is a top rated sweet buffet where you can indulge your tongue with elegance, style and Japanese flavors.
You can find it at Hilton Tokyo 6-6-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
L.LovesR. offers a great selection of pancakes, parfaits and ice creams. A perfect spot for relaxing while indulging yourself with excellent sweets.
You can find it at Shibuya Doi Bldg 1F, 1-6-8 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
Dalloyau Ginza Main Shop will let you enjoy French cakes in middle of Ginza. You can eat as many sweets as you want for 70 minutes of heavenly pleasure. This is a perfect spot to stop-by while shopping in one of the best and most stylish places in Tokyo.
You can find it at 6-9-3 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
Hijirian Asagaya Shop is the perfect spot for bread lovers. This bakery offers all-you-can-eat buffets till lunch time. Here you can enjoy your bitter coffee and an almost endless supply of bread.
You can find it at 3-1-22 Asagayaminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo.
Fujiya is a well-known Japanese franchise that offers heavenly sweets and cakes. It was founded back in 1910, and since then it has been offering incredible cakes to its clients. You can stop-by and enjoy a 60-minute heavenly buffet with all types of cakes.
You can find it at Kinuta Shop 4-1-11 Kamata, Setagaya, Tokyo.
And finally, Sembikiya Sohonten Fruit Parlor the heaven for fruit buffets. You can find here all types of fruits from all over the world! Take in mind that this shop is so popular that you’ll need to make your reservation in advance.
You can find it at Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower 2F, 2-1-2 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.