Kameido-based traditional confectioner Funabashiya marked its 200th anniversary by opening this shop and café in Hiroo in 2005. The ground floor shop sells Funabashiya staples such as anmitsu (jellied red beans and fruit topped with sweet syrup), custard puddings and the signature kuzu-mochi for takeaway. Head upstairs and you'll find an elegantly appointed café space that's always quietly humming over lunch time. Here you can sample desserts including green tea chiffon cake and kakigori shaved ice, as well as some surprisingly wholesome lunch sets incorporating five-grain rice, fish and seasonal vegetables.
|Venue name:||Funabashiya Koyomi|
5-17-1 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Hiroo Station (Hibiya line), exit 2|