Time Out says
This small but famous Japanese confectionery shop in the residential area of Koishikawa sells various subtly sweet confections which reflect the different seasons of Japan. The speciality is warabi-mochi, a confection made with red bean paste which has a unique melt-in-the-mouth texture. They also do special monthly seasonal sweets called Tsuki-no-Kazoeuta (Counting Song of the Moon), in a limited quantity. If you are looking for a particular confection, arrive early because some often sell out in the early afternoon. You can place orders by phone.
5-3-15 Koishikawa, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Myogadani Station (Marunouchi Line)|