You Want Sweets? Just Come to Shinagawa! (Shinagawa City, Tokyo)

Despite being in central Tokyo, Shinagawa City is a place where you can feel the cool breezes from many waterfronts. Although well-known as a business district, the area actually also contains many warm and friendly shopping streets and stores. Here, we look at a café where you can savor unique chilled sweets. Next time, as you stroll through the neighbourhood, or have a few spare moments between train transfers, drop in and cool off!

HAIMURU Coffee Shop

Icy Sweets for Summer

Plenty of seasonal fruits are used to make these fluffy snow cones. Everything, from the standard Strawberry Milk shaved ice, to the Princess Snow Cone, where slight carbonation is used in a sparkling “espuma” sauce, topped with honey infused cream cheese.

“Princess” Snow Cone
Strawberry Snow Cone

Also served to rave reviews are the Ume Shiso Ramen which combines both chicken broth and dashi for a double soup base, as well as the arrangement of ripe tomatoes in the thick, rich Tomato Ramen.

Tomato Ramen
Miso Ramen
Inside the Store

Address 2-16-1 Koyama, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access 5-minute walk from Musashi-koyama Station (Tokyu Meguro Line)
Business hours 11:30 am – 6:45 pm
Regular holiday Monday, the following weekday if Monday falls on a holiday

HUSKY GELATO, Togoshi Branch

Gelato specialty shop.
This shop sells gelato, hand made at its Uonuma City workshop in Niigata Prefecture, a region famous for tremendous snowfall.

The special feature of this restaurant is the original flavor created from a cornucopia of carefully selected, locally grown vegetables and fruits! Try the unique flavors of mandarin orange yogurt, brown sugar banana, and Sayama roasted green tea!

Address 4-4-24 Togoshi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access 6-minute walk from Togoshi-koen Station (Tokyu Oimachi Line); 7-minute walk from Togoshi Station (Toei Asakusa Line)
Business hours 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Regular holiday Tuesday

BumBunBLauCafe with BeeHive

Strawberry espuma sauce, tiramisu, lemon cream ginger, organic rum raisin snow cones, every one a sheer delight!

Strawberry with Espuma Sauce
Lemon Cream Ginger

The ramen which won this shop a place in the 2015 Tokyo Michelin Guide has become the flagship offering here. Before tasting your shaved ice, why not enjoy healthy, delicious Agu pork ramen (soy sauce/salt), or their white truffle salt ramen.

Agu Chashu Soy Sauce Ramen
White Truffle Salted Ramen
The bright, sunlit interior

Address J-BOX Building, 2nd floor, 3-12-3 Hatanodai, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access 1-minute walk from Hatanodai Station (Tokyu Oimachi Line)
Business hours 12:00 noon – 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm, 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm on Sundays and holidays *Final orders are taken 30 minutes before closing. The restaurant will close if it runs out of ingredients.
Regular holiday Wednesday

coneri Shinagawa: Stick Pies

Recommended Shinagawa Souvenirs!

Original “coneri” flour is used at this new stick pie specialty store.

Nearly 1,000 layers of pie pastry soaked in chocolate at the hands of a skilled craftsman. The moist but crunchy texture is positively addictive.

The flavor of cacao from Venezuela
The taste of milk from France
The flavor of Matcha (green powdered tea) from Shizuoka

Address Located at Shinagawa Station Ecute Shinagawa South
Business hours 8:00 am – 10:00 pm (8:00 am – 9:00 pm on Sundays and holidays) *Due to COVID-19, this shop currently closes at 9:00 pm on Saturdays.

Shukuba Rolls

Among the more than 40 types of sweets offered at Shinagawa Kasho Kyoan is their popular flagship product as featured repeatedly in the media, the Shukuba Roll.

The harmony of sponge cake and butter cream along with puff pastry studded with walnuts makes for a deeply satisfying experience!

Address 1F, 2-30-27 Kita-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access 4-minute walk from Shin-bamba Station (Keikyu Line)
Business hours 9:30 am – 8:00 pm
Regular holiday Tuesday

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