Hey, everybody!Today,I’ve come to Tokyo Station in search of cute candy and snacks!
As well as being a transport hub for many journeys, Tokyo Station is also a tourist attraction in itself.
It’s an amazing place, with everything from fine food to souvenirs on hand!
I’m going to be introducing one of the cutest places there, and one that’s got a great selection of snacks and candy that make for perfect souvenirs—Tokyo Okashi Land!
Tokyo Okashi Land is inside “First Avenue Tokyo Station,” which is right in front of Yaesu Underground Central Entrance and is also home to Tokyo Ramen Street and Tokyo Character Street.
Tokyo Okashi Land is filled with cute snacks and limited-edition candy.
It’s divided into four areas: Glico-ya Kitchen, Morinaga no Okashina Okashiya-san, Calbee Plus, and a special event area.
Glico-ya Kitchen has a real kitchen inside.
Here they’re making “Almond Chocolate!”
The shelves are lined with attention-grabbing candies, like these giant Collon sticks and Rainbow Pocky!
This is the Morinaga no Okashina Okashiya-san area.
Look how cute the Kyoro-chan by the entrance is!
There are big boxes of Choco Balls that are only available here in Tokyo, and lots of cute Kyoro-chan merchandise!
There are even special Gacha vending machines with items that are only available at Tokyo Station!
At Calbee Plus, there’s a restaurant area where you can order freshly-fried potato chips, as well as a range of snacks on sale that aren’t available in regular stores.
With everything from freshly-made snacks to limited-edition candy and merchandise on sale, Tokyo Okashi Land is just the right place to pick up some extra-cute souvenirs!
First Avenue Tokyo Station
Opening Hours: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm everyday
A floor plan in English, Chinese, and Korean can be viewed from the website.
From the Marunouchi Gate, where Tokyo Station Hotel and the Imperial Palace are, you can get to Yaesu North Gate by heading down the North Passage from Marunouchi North Gate.