When you step into to Laduree you feel like you have stepped into Paris. This beautiful Salon de Thé is located on the second floor of Mitsukoshi and it’s worth a visit. It has three big rooms with a luxurious French atmosphere.
I had a mille-feuilles citron and ginger cake and a cappuccino while I enjoyed the view of Ginza Crossing from the wide window.
Merchandise that Laduree sells include soaps, chocolates, stationery, pastries and of course their specialty: macarons! The real deal, delicate, light, crisp tenderness and smooth filling. I bought a box of 4 (caramel, chocolate, raspberry and yuzu lemon). Fair warning…they are expensive but they are absolutely delicious!!! And their packaging is so pretty!
If you’re taking some home, keep in mind that they’ll last three days at most before the shell starts to harden.
Did you know that Ladurée made the pastries for the film “Marie Antoinette“, directed by Sofia Coppola?
I’ll have a sugar high any day from Laduree! Tres, tres chic!
I’d like to thank Ladurée’s staff that kindly let me shoot inside their beautiful Salon de Thé, ありがとうございます!!
Ladurée Ginza, Ginza Mitsukoshi 2F, 4-6-16, Ginza Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8212, Official Website: http://www.laduree.com/
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