A former ice cream maker for the British royal family, Patrice Chapon made the switch to chocolate early in his career – and the decision sure has paid off. Now operating several of his own shops in Paris, where he has received awards from both the city government and the venerable Salon du Chocolat trade show, Chapon is an early proponent of the 'bean to bar' philosophy and one of the world's most in-demand chocolatiers. Now bringing his operation to Tokyo with the January 2017 opening of this Jiyugaoka shop, the praline pioneer aims to charm locals with a diverse selection of goodies, plus an in-store café where you can try the chocolate before you buy.
|Venue name:||Chapon Jiyugaoka|
102, 2-8-8 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku
|Opening hours:||11am-8pm daily|
|Transport:||Jiyugaoka Station (Tokyu Toyoko, Oimachi lines)|