If you’re lucky enough to take a trip over to Tokyo, it’s best to bring a little slice of Japan’s capital back home for those who missed out on your trip. But with all the delectable sweets and beautifully packaged treats, it can be a little overwhelming to choose the right one. So before you leave, be sure to take a look at this list of the top 10 omiyage you can only buy at Tokyo Station.
#10 : Brown Sugar Baumkuchen – Kuroichiya
Although this sweet baumkuchen pastry is made with Okinawan brown sugar, you can only get this specific one at Tokyo Station, dressed to impress with limited edition Tokyo Station wrapping for 1,080 yen (US$10.57).
#9 : Tokyo Nicorin – Nicorin
The symbolic silver bells of Tokyo Station are recreated with butter and sugar in these delightfully fluffy pastries. Get eight for 1,080 yen ($10.57)!
#8 : Imperial Hotel cookie assortment – Lohaco
The most sophisticated souvenir on our list! You can only find this cookie set at Tokyo’s Imperial Hotel. Enjoy the sweets in a limited edition package for 1,080 yen ($10.57).
#7 : Edo Musubisen Assortment – Tokyo Fumiyu
These traditional crispy crackers come in three different flavors: soy sauce, salt, and miso and we’re sure you’ll enjoy all three! Purchase 18 for 1,080 yen ($10.57).
#6 : “In the midst of the station”- Gransta Dining
A crispy casing made of domestic rise resembles Tokyo Station and also hides a filling of red bean and butter cream. Buy five Tokyo Stations for just 1,300 yen ($12.73).
#5 : Tokyo Renga bread- ECU Tokyo
Modeled after the red bricks of Tokyo Station, these Renga Pan are a great way to commemorate your trip to the capital city. The sweet bean paste and custard whipped cream in the middle doesn’t hurt either! Get one for 257 yen ($2.51).
#4 : Tokyo Waffle Cake – R.L. Waffle
It doesn’t get any better than waffle cake filled with seasonal fruits and cream! Get 10 for 1,134 yen ($11.10) and have enough to share with friends, or eat them all yourself.
#3 : Marshmallow Elegance – Ginnobudo Chocolate Sandwich (Almond)
The cutest cookie on our list, this heart-infused wafer cookie is as adorable as it is delicious and comes with chocolate or vanilla cream. Get a heartful box for 1,080 yen ($10.57)!
#2 : Maple Butter Cookie – The Maple Mania
A seemingly simple crispy cookie loaded with sweet flavor, these Maple Butter Cookies are sure to please anyone with a sweet tooth. The dough is made with maple sugar and high quality butter and baked to a golden crisp. Get nine of them for 810 yen ($7.93)!
#1 : Tokyo Honey Sugar – Yokumoku
There’s a reason these sweet treats have come out on top. Infused with honey syrup and made using a longstanding recipe, the Tokyo Honey Sugar are part cookie, part waffle, and all delicious. Be sure to pick up a box of six for only 594 yen ($5.81)!
Of course, it’ll be hard to try all 10 of these gorgeous omiyage, but based on the photos, which would you like to try the most? Let us know in the comments section below!