Wagashi Kurogi


Tucked in a corner of prestigious Tokyo University, the Daiwa Ubiquitous Research Building is difficult to miss due to its unique architecture of wooden slabs, but more importantly, the building is home to a unique restaurant, Wagashi Kurogi. Wagashi is the word for Japanese sweets, often associated with tea ceremony, but Wagashi Kurogi goes beyond this offering desserts that are deliciously paired with coffee or eaten alone as well. Choices are limited and seats are a premium, but your patience will be paid off with a delicious cup of Ebisu roasted Sarutahiko coffee and one of Wagashi Kurogi’s amazing traditional desserts.

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