Ippuku-tei (甘味処 いっぷく亭) - Eating in Tokyo - LikeALocal Guide

Japanese Sweets Cafe
for Streetcar Fans

Ippuku-tei (甘味処 いっぷく亭)

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Why locals love it

Unique Japanese sweets cafe located on the platform of Toden Streetcar. It's famous for Japanese traditional sweets called "ohagi", oval shaped sticky rice ball coated with sweet bean paste or other ingredients such as roasted soybean flour. They also serve fried noodles, other sweets and drinks.

Why you should visit it

The best thing is that you can watch streetcars passing by so closely while enjoying foods! If you are hungry, they have set meals including fried noodles and a ohagi. The atmosphere is homey and cozy. You can do takeout their hand-made ohagi and some other foods.

Special tip

It's also fun to try their special foods in season.

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