Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier

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  1. Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier
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  3. Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier
    Photo: Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier
  4. Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier
    Photo: Ginza Maison Henri Charpentier
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Time Out says

Don't be fooled by the exotic name: this fancy café is a completely homegrown operation that started life in Kobe's Ashiya in 1969. The Henri Charpentier moniker comes from a French chef who made his name in the US in the first half of the 1900s, reportedly inventing the crêpe Suzette dessert (from ¥2,750) in the process. Found just off Ginza's main crossing, the store houses a tea salon in the basement, while the ground-floor space hosts a bar and a shop selling all of the brand's popular sweets, such as financiers, madeleines and cream cakes.

Details

Address:
Yonei Bldg B1F & 1F, 2-8-20 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Ginza Station (Ginza, Marunouchi, Hibiya lines), exit A13; Yurakucho Station (Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, Yurakucho lines)
Opening hours:
11am-7pm (last orders 6pm)
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