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1. Sembikiya Nihonbashi Flagship store (千疋屋日本橋本店)

Sembikiya was established in 1834 is Japan’s oldest fruit shop and fruit parlor. All the fruits are so perfect in shape without any blemishes that the display looks like a jewelry shop. What it is like to taste jewel pieces? To satisfy your curiosity, you have a cafe on the 1st floor and a restaurant on the 2nd floor. You can access Sembikiya directly from Mitsukoshimae station (on the Tokyo Metro).

Price range: 1,000~3,000yen 

Address: Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, 2-1-2 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

2. Takano Fruit Parlor & Fruit Bar(新宿高野 本店)

One of the top grade fruit shop chains in Japan. Enjoy the gorgeous showcase of packaged fruits on the first floor of the basement, take-away confectionary shop on the second basement floor, and then try your own feast at the cafes. Paferio, on the second basement level, specializes in parfaits. A fruit parlor & bar are on the 5th floor. 5 minute walk from Shinjuku station.

Price range: ~2,000yen

Address: 3-26-11 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

3. Kajitsuen(果実園 東京店)

Cakes, tarts and parfaits…everything you have here is filled with fruits, lots of them. Breakfast with fresh fruit juice are a good start to the day, or just treat yourself with fruit-based sweets. Located in the Kitchen Street on the 1st floor inside Tokyo station but outside the ticket gate. Opens from 7:30 AM to 10:00 PM.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen

Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda Tokyo (Google Map)

4. Furit Parlor Fukunaga(フルーツパーラー フクナガ)

If you prefer moderately sized dessert, this might be a right place. Run by a fruit shop with a history of over 40 years, fruit only in the best condition are served here. As a result, the menu changes seasonally or daily sometimes. 3 minutes walk from Yotsuya-San-chome (Marunouchi line, Tokyo Metro). Closed on Sunday.

Price range: ~ 1,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: F Bldg. 2F, 3-4 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

5. Fruit Parlor GOTO (フルーツパーラーゴトー)

Near Hanayashiki Amusement Park, this old fruit parlor is another must-go place for fruit lovers. Recommendations are the parfait and kakigori in summer. To offer fruit in its best condition at reasonable prices, the menu changes often, almost daily. 9 minutes walk from Asakusa (Ginza line & Tobu Isezaki line). Closed on Wednesday.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen

Address: 2-15-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

6. Hotcake Parlor Fru-Full(ホットケーキパーラー Fru-Full)

A staff member who worked at an old fruit shop opened this parlor after its closure. Though its specialty is pancakes as the name shows, the fruits are good, too. Pancakes, parfaits with delicious fruit, or beautifully made fruit sandwiches. Feast as you like. Akasaka (Chiyoda line); Tameike-Sanno (Namboku line). Closed on Monday.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: Palazzo Akasaka 1F, 2-17-52 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

7. Imano Fruits Factory(イマノフルーツファクトリー)

Opened in 1952 as a fruit shop and parlor, they provide top-end fresh fruit and sweet delicacies alike. Cakes, tarts, jelly, juice or smoothies… all look ordinary but they are not. The real goodies don’t need decoration. Kayabacho (Subway) exit 7. Closed on Sundays and Public holidays.

Price range: ~1,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: 1-4-7 Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

8. Fruit du Saison(フルーフ・デゥ・セゾン)

There used to be a Kanda grocery market around Akihabara, and Fruit du Saison was a fruit shop there. Besides big fruit parfaits, mini parfaits are also packed with fresh fruits from Ota market. 7 minute walk from Suehirocho (Ginza line); 7 minute walk from Akihabara (JR). Closed on Wednesday and Thursday.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: 4-11-2 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

9. Le Fruitier by Hotel de Suzuki(ル・フルティエ オテル・ドゥ・スズキ)


Hotel de Suzuki, a patisserie in Seijo, renewed its store as Le Fruitier. Alongside delicious cakes, parfaits with seasonal fruits are their specialty. Good choice to experience the refinement made by the patissier and the fruits selected by strict standards. 3 minute walk from Seijo-Gakuenmae (Odakyu line). No regular holidays.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: 6-8-5 Seijo, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

10. Frutas(フルータス)

This small shop near Tomioka Hachimangu is another good specimen of a fruit parlor. Fruits in their prime season are simply satisfying. Parfait without too much cream nor arrangement are cheering. Fruit juice freshly made just after the order is refreshing. 3 minute walk from Monzennakamachi (Tozai line); 5 minutes from Monzennakamachi (Oedo line). Closed on Wednesday.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: 1-24-6 Tomioka, Koto-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

11. Berry Parlor(ベリーパーラー)

‘Haute couture parfait’, as the store calls it. The parfait served here is really beautiful. Finely prepared materials are arranged in the shape of a bouquet. What an elegant sweet break! A tip for you: the parfait comes with rather sugary fillings and sweet sauces. 7F Seibu department store in Ikebukuro, direct access from Ikebukuro station.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store 7F, 1-28-1 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

12. Tanaka(たなか)

The rather nostalgic place looks far from luxurious. Price range is very reasonable. Why is this place on the list? The reason is that this place offers desserts with high quality fruit. No decadence at all. Please enjoy your feast like you were back in your childhood. 5 minute walk from Nishi-Koyama (Tokyu Meguro line) No scheduled holidays.

Price range: ~1,000yen

Address: 1-14-16 Haramachi, Meguro-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

13. CAFÉ Nora(のら)

The name Nora (noraneko) means alley cats in Japanese. The place is relaxing even for alley cats, is the owner’s wish. And it is. Simple recipes without fatty decoration set the flavor of fruit apart. On the left side of the north exit, Shiinamachi (Seibu Ikebukuro line). Closed on Monday.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen

Address: 1-3-12 Nagasaki, Toshima-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

14. Ichiman(いちまん)

Ichiman is run by a farmer from Kazo, Saitama. Not to mention the strawberries and mangos produced by the owner, other fruits are directly sent from other farmers all over the country in their prime season. Strawberry lovers will surely love this place. 1 minute walk from Kyodo (Odakyu line). Closed on Monday.

Price range: ~1,000yen

Address: 1F 3-10-5 Miyasaka, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

15. Shibuya Nishimura Fruit Parlor(渋谷西村 道玄坂パーラー)

The café is on the 2nd floor of the fruit shop, near Shibuya crossing. If you are lucky to get a seat on the window side, the nice view of the town is there for you. Nishimura offers a really wide range of desserts featuring fruits of the season. Take time to choose, but not too much. 1 minute walk from Shibuya (JR), Hachiko exit.

Price range: 1,000~2,000yen (Japanese Only)

Address: 22-2 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

16. Sembikiya Haneda Airport(千疋屋 羽田空港店)

If you are visiting Japan and have no time to stroll around Tokyo, but are at Haneda Airport Terminal 2, Sembikiya cafe is there for you. Just hop in for a glass of fresh fruit juice as a refresher, or enjoy teatime with fruit dessert. Enjoy your trip till the last minute! They also sell some take-away sweets.

Price range: ~1,000yen

Address: B1 Terminal2, Haneda Airport, 3-4-2 Ota-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

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