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Time Out says

[Update] Eat-in service is currently suspended due to the state of emergency but you can still purchase the cakes and pastries to go.


Dessert lovers rejoice! Ease is a new patisserie and bakery with counter seats where you can watch sweets being made by hand. Owner-chef Keisuke Oyama, whose hands you’ll be watching, is an award-winning pastry chef who has studied in France and worked at several Michelin-starred restaurants, including Sincere and Ristorante Aso. At Ease, he combines tradition with a modern twist, such as Amazon cacao choux cream, mango and shiso mousse cake, and matcha-cassis financiers. There are seasonal items, like fruit parfaits and kakigori in summer, as well as cakes, jams and cookies to eat-in or take away. 


9-1 Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo
Kabayacho, Nihonbashi stations
Opening hours:
10am-7pm (last orders 6.30pm), irregular holidays
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