People tend to check in during these times:
So happy to have found this place. You can try most items individually for 3-4 dollars first before investing in a larger box. Just like the Japan shops I remember! Makes an amazingly unique gift.
The peach jelly is AMAZING!! Perfect for hot summer days when eaten cold!
The wagashi here is delectable (a word I think properly suits candy behind glass.)
Fancy Japanese dessert place that has been haunting my friend for to buy crazy amount ($100+) of their products... Nom nom
cute gift cards
I had the peach jelly and it was really nice. Not too sweet just right like a white peach. It's imported from Japan. Only thing is that it's pretty pricey. 16 dollar each.
Everything- especially the green tea ones.
Under-known and underrated, this shop serves top notch mochi and Japanese confectionaries.
Deliciou, calm atmosphere. The store associates selectively greet people though, which I hate. Great for important office gifts.
Bit of a language barrier here.
Delicious Japanese confectionery here
Very friendly and polite employees.
New location: Madison between 52nd and 53rd!
Delicate Japanese sweets, including a unique and delicious single-serving of jelly that turns into sorbet when frozen.
Crap. I didn't read any ingredients before I gave them my money. If you care about that stuff, you probably should. Now who to pawn it off to....
Going to relocate soon to Madison b/w 52nd and 53rd. Closed til July 10th.
High quality mochi and treats, great for gifts. They can customise boxes and gift wrap in the Japanese tradition.
Sakuramochi is my favorite! Sweet and salty and edible leaves
Get the sakura mochi! Sweet and salty all in a few delectable bites.
The peach beancake is amazing. This is a great place for mini deserts. First of all the display is feast for the eye and the taste remains for a long time which is amazing.
Best authentic mochi this side of a Tokyo subway station!
Try the Sakura Mochi - Salty outside leaf and a sweet, chewy middle! #dessert
Great staff! Excellent plc to use your Japanese skills!
Worth every bite! Delicious japanese delicacies!
sakuranbo ($3.50 each) and kohakukan ume ($4 each) - ask for the chilled ones in back (via TONY)
Ask for the frequent buyer card. For every $5 you spend, you get a stamp. Once you have 20 stamps, you can redeem $5 against your next purchase -- it's like a 5% discount!
Um mais gostoso que o outro
mmmm deliciosos dulces japoneses :)