Nansuca Pansuca

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  • Harajuku
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    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawaマリトッツオ『ジャンドゥージャ&ブラッドオレンジ』(左)、『リモーネ』(右)| Nansuca Pansuca

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Just a ten-minute walk from Harajuku Station, Nansuca Pansuca immediately catches your attention with its bright, colourful façade by artist Hideten Oshiro. The baked goods here often sell out before the day is over, so you’ll want to get in quick. The store uses seven specially selected types of flour, including organic spelt flour from Germany.

Nansuca Pansuca’s speciality is Juwassan (¥240), a croissant made with a dough kneaded with rich salt butter and made by fermenting high-quality raw milk from Hokkaido at a low temperature for a long time. You’ll also find fluffy donuts as well as condensed milk brioche. 

Don’t miss the maritozzi here, which will satisfy your eyes and your taste buds. They’re made with a small brioche bun filled with such a generous amount of cream – about 7 cm to 8 cm – that the bread almost disappears. Three flavours are available, including pistachio (¥480), gianduja and blood orange – that’s chocolate hazelnut cream and a blood orange sauce (¥480) – and limone, a lemon cream version with edible flower petals (¥430).

You can make a reservation online. Please note that delivery is only available between 2pm and 6pm.


3-27-3 Jingumae, Shibuya
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Meijijingumae and Harajuku stations
Opening hours:
Thu-Sun 12noon-6pm (until supplies last), closed Mon-Wed
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