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Dominique Ansel Bakery Omotesando (Permanently Closed)

By Weekender Editor

Join the line that forms every afternoon outside Dominique Ansel’s Omotesando store and the excitement is palpable. Each branch around the world boasts its own unique menu of pastries, which means most of the desserts on offer here are only available in Omotesando. If all you want is a Cronut, you won’t be disappointed – the signature pastry is always on offer albeit in different versions of the original.

Permanently closed as of 2020.

Address: 5-7-14 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

Website: dominiqueanseljapan.com/en  

Tel: 03-3486-1329

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