This Gorgeous New Cafe In Harajuku Has All-You-Can-Eat Desserts On A Conveyor Belt

Pastel hues and cotton candy macaron sandwiches

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Step into a sugary wonderland at MAISON ABLE Cafe Ron Ron, a new dessert cafe in Tokyo that offers all-you-can-eat desserts from a conveyor belt!

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Spanning 38 metres long, the conveyor belt carries 35 different types of colourful treats that you can feast on – both visually and gastronomically – for 40 minutes. Tickets cost just 1800 yen (approximately SGD$22), and can be purchased from a machine right outside the cafe!

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Each ticket comes with a complimentary drink, and you can take your pick from a wide selection of teas, coffees, and fruit juices. Any additional drink can be bought at 500 yen (approximately SGD$6) a bottle.

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Some of the desserts available include jellies, cupcakes, crepes, mousses, and pancakes, but keep a lookout for over-the-top ones like a “cake on a stick” topped with plenty of whipped cream, a macaron-and-cotton candy “sandwich”, and all their cat-themed sweets!

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Apart from desserts, the cafe also has adorably-plated savoury items. Think yakisoba sliders and a potato salad that looks deceptively like an ice cream cone!

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Opened since mid-July, the cafe is located in the Harajuku and Omotesando district. With it awash in soft pastel hues and chic gold elements, the cafe is swoon-worthy inside-out, making it a great addition to stop by on your next trip to Japan!

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Address: 6-7-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Opening Hours: 11AM – 8PM Daily
Telephone: 03-5468-8290

Written By: Chan Choy Yu

Choy’s guilty pleasures include reading dog encyclopedias for leisure, prancing to songs by Kollectivit and The Lonely Island when she’s home alone, and eating the skin off her chicken nuggets before biting into the meat. Mmm...





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