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- Address: Japan, Tokyo, Shibuya, Jingumae, 5 Chome−11−11
- Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-364273334
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Specialty Shop
Number Sugar is a pastry shop. It offers a variety of delicacies in the form of pastries as well as caramels. The taste is extremely delicious and out of this world. You will surely regret your decision if you fail to visit this place while you are nearby. In order to try out the delicacies you need not to be a fan of pastries or caramels. Yet you will like the taste. Visiting this place and trying out the delicacies should be on your must do list and you should not miss visiting this place to satisfy your taste buds with such delicacies.
Number Sugar Travel Tips
- Ask for a customized box by paying some extra bucks.
- Might seem overpriced to some people.
How to Reach Number Sugar
- Rent a car
- Harajuku Gyoza-ro
- Tonkatsu Maisen Aoyama
Number Sugar Reviews & Ratings
I just love it. Number sugar makes the best brittle ever! I chose a small box. So glad I did....I could've easily ate the entire thing in one sitting! This brittle is yummy.The two young women who waited on me were wonderful and extremely helpful. Great customer service. I was offered a sample of their chocolate covered toffee. Delicious! The store is lovely. Everything is beautifully displayed. On my next visit, I think I'll splurge and get the large box. I've been good!
Yummy caramels. My fav are the salt and the almond. Not too sweet and not too chewy. Japanese always do it better. Pay an extra 100¥ to get a box where you can mix and match. Otherwise the box sets are already prepackaged for you.
Yummy caramels. My fav are the salt and also the almond. You can pay 100¥ extra to put them in a gift box / mix and match yourself. Otherwise they’re already prepackaged for you. Not too sweet and not too chewy. Japanese always does things better !
if you like caramel, this is the place to go. Love all the different flavors of caramel. My personal favorite was the milk and mango flavor.
I should have known when the Japanese woman ahead of me in line bought 30 of these bad boys that I should have grabbed more. I started with buying the almond and sea salt flavors. Cut to me returning 5 minutes later to pick up 5 more. I'm never considered myself a caramel person, but oh my guuudness. 10/10 flavors are: Brown sugar, almond, chocolate. Looking forward to trying the rest on my next visit!