[JAPAN] Enjoy Manneken Belgian Waffle at Ginza, Japan’s Biggest Luxury Shopping District

So we visited the Ginza area after we had lunch at Sushizanmai near the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo. Ginza is one of the best places to visit if you are looking for luxury or high-end shopping when in Tokyo. This area is considered as the highest fashion center of the city, suitable for anyone who loves shopping, especially for the Shopaholic where one can shop till they drop. Woohoo! For me, everything is very expensive in this area. But it’s worth wandering around this area as there are many high-rise buildings with beautiful architecture, luxury branded stores, fancy coffee shops and restaurants, and many more.

Ginza Street in Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary Day Situation at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary Cafe de Ginza at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary

As we walked around the Ginza area, we spotted this small dessert shop, named Manneken Belgian Waffle along the road. There was this fragrant aroma from inside the shop that made me curious and eventually get into the store. Manneken Belgian Waffle apparently is a famous waffle store from Osaka, oh yes!! A lot of waffle available, but I was intrigued by a banner ad on top of the counter, White Peach Waffle. So I ordered that one and apparently it wasn’t coming out from the waffle maker. The White Peach Waffle already packaged and served cold. The waffle itself was very soft and filled with fresh peach and cold, creamy white cream in the middle. It was so delicious! All I know after that, people started queuing, and the line kept getting longer when I left the location.

White Peach Manneken Waffle at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary

White Peach Waffle by Manneken Belgian Waffle – 190 JPY

Manneken Waffle at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary Bought a White Peach Soft Waffle Manneken Waffle at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary

If you want to experience the Japanese culture, you can visit the Kabukiza Theater. The Kabukiza Theatre has been an iconic symbol of Ginza since it opened in 1889 and rebuilt in 2013 after being destroyed by fires and wartime airborne attacks. Performances take place every day, and there are single-act tickets, available for purchase on the door (¥1,000-¥2,000). The Wako Clock is also a symbolic landmark of Ginza. It’s the oldest building in the area and was constructed in 1932 in Neo-Renaissance style.

The Wako Clock at Ginza Tokyo by Myfunfoodiary

The Wako Clock at Ginza, Tokyo

Kabukiza Theater at Ginza, Tokyo

Kabukiza Theater in Ginza, Tokyo

Last but not least, if you are looking for a high-quality pearl jewelry for yourself or your lover, you should visit Mikimoto Boutique in this area. Mikimoto is known as one of the world’s top 10 jewelry brands; one of the most elite and luxurious brands in the world. Mikimoto has been known as the world’s foremost producer of the finest quality cultured pearls and is renowned for its expert workmanship and timeless design. It’s why I decided to buy one for myself when in Japan, yay! Hihi.. That’s all from me today, I hope you enjoyed reading this post. Please stay tuned and come back to get more updates from our Japan trip for your travel reference.

Mullie's Mikimoto Ring by Myfunfoodiary

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Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say "Hi". Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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  1. Hi.. I enjoy so much reading your stories about traveling in Japan. My friends and I also plan to visit Japan in this Oct. We have about 9 days, and we want to cover Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and last Mt Fuji area (if possible).
    I will follow some of your itineraries for Osaka and Kyoto.
    For Tokyo, if we only plan to spend two days, where would you suggest for us to visit? We’ve booked our stay in Space Hostel, near Ueno.
    Thanks in advance!

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