Eataly Harajuku

  • Restaurants
  • Harajuku
  1. イータリー原宿
  2. Makoto Kujiraoka
  3. Makoto Kujiraoka

Time Out says

Eataly, an Italian deli and market which originated in Turin, has several outlets around Tokyo, but this one in front of Harajuku Station also has a restaurant and café with a 70-seat terrace. So you can taste Italian delicacies while enjoying the view over Yoyogi Park. Aside from classic Italian cuisine such as fresh pasta and pizza, you can also get traditional Italian sweets, including maritozzo. 

Eataly’s maritozzi are made using extra fine Mulino Marino wheat flour imported from Italy and principally used for preparing pizza dough. Slight notes of orange are added to the homemade dough and give it a tartness that goes nicely with the fresh whipped cream. Eataly’s most popular maritozzo flavours are the plain con panna (¥420), and fragora – a fresh milk cream topped with sliced strawberries (¥480). 

If you’re looking for more maritozzi, head to the Eataly café in Marunouchi, which serves limited-edition maritozzo flavours such as tiramisu and chocolate.


With Harajuku 3F, 1-14-14 Jingumae, Shibuya
Harajuku Station
Opening hours:
11am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
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