One of the best places for cake though, is at the Sir Winston's Hotel Dessert Buffet.
The cakes here are just superb. First rate. Hotel style and deserves their price. (It's like Sweets Paradise - for 1800 yen it's all you can eat sweets for 90 minutes). The difference is that not only these cakes are better than Sweets Paradise, but the drinks are specialty teas or juice (sometimes cocktails), so you most definitely get your money's worth.
But the best place for cakes are here: Cafe de Cozy Cozy.
This place is one of my favorite places in Japan. Before, I tried to take Andrea there, but because of the New Year holidays they were closed. But their cakes are just really good - I can't describe why they're so good though. I think it's because the cakes that are served here aren't like the usual ones you see in Japan; there's no Mont Blanc or Strawberry cake. Instead they serve like Sesame cake (Top) and Espresso Chaffron (Bottom). Their cheesecake is also heavier than the Japanese kind.
|I couldn't wait to take a bite!|
More than their cakes though, the atmosphere is really nice. The music they usually play is either American music (but like Coldplay or other older songs) or K-pop. One of the workers, Kosuga-san, I'm pretty close to now. In fact, I've been there so much that all the workers know who I am. Kosuga-san in particular treats me like her daughter. ^_^ I will miss that place when I leave. . .
But I love eating cake with my friends!