Queen's Collection Chocolate Cafe DAIKANYAMA
A café for enjoying chocolate
As the name suggests, this café offers a lineup of goods centered around chocolate. Even the chocolate drinks alone boast a range of varieties.
The centerpiece of the menu is the “Queen’s Hot Chocolate”, which you make yourself. Customers can add as much as they like of their favorite chocolate and then melt it with the heat of a candle. You’ll find yourself being soothed by the warm aroma of chocolate.
Don’t miss the “Homemade Chocolate Cake”, with its aroma of orange liqueur. It’s extremely rich, and the ganache is excellent. Every chocolate lover should give it a try.
There are also adorable sweets and lighter fare, such as sandwiches.
- The Queen’s Hot Chocolate, made using a candle, is extremely popular
- Offers a wide variety of chocolate drinks
- Offers takeout for all items
- Also sells Belgian-made chocolate
- Name in Japanese
- クイーンズコレクション チョコレートカフェ ダイカンヤマ
- Postal Code
- 1F ROOB2, 24-1 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
- No holidays
- Business Hours
- 500-2,000 yen
- About a 3-minute walk from the Tokyu Toyoko Line’s Daikanyama Station
- Credit Cards
- Accepted (American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa)
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)
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