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Tokyo Station’s Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price! Top 10 Souvenirs: Most Sold & Most Popular Goodies For Around $20!

Tokyo Station’s Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price! Top 10 Souvenirs: Most Sold & Most Popular Goodies For Around $20!

Date published: 24 August 2018
Last updated: 22 November 2018

Behold, this is our grand “Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price!” We picked the top 10 souvenirs for around or over 2,000 yen (~$20) among a massive selection of 2,200 different items and goodies in collaboration with Gransta, Ecute, and Keiyo Street to help you find the perfect souvenir from Tokyo!

1. Maple Baumkuchen

1. Maple Baumkuchen
Maple Baumkuchen (The Maple Mania/Gransta) for 2,268 Yen (Tax Included)

This Baumkuchen uses plenty of natural sweet maple sugar from Canada’s old-growth forests. A rich maple aroma tickles your nose as you open the beautiful box.
*Gransta exclusive.

2. Marcolini Biscuits

2. Marcolini Biscuits
Marcolini Biscuits, 4 in a Box (Pierre Marcolini/Gransta) for 2,484 Yen (Tax Included)

Pierre Marcolini is a chocolatier that is the Purveyor of the Belgian Royal Household. The brand also has Tokyo Station-exclusive sweets to offer, with one of them being these delightful biscuits. Rich cacao makes for a wonderful aroma and ginger enhances the mellow flavor with a spicy kick. They come in a nice box that makes them excellent souvenirs.
*Gransta exclusive.

3. Maple Gift

3. Maple Gift
Maple Gift, 18 in a Box

The Maple Mania’s most popular item is the Maple Butter Cookie, and this box boasts 12 of the flavorful treats. It also features 6 Maple Financiers that are positively addictive with a crunchy crust and fluffy core.
*Gransta exclusive.

4. Stick Waffles

4. Stick Waffles
Stick Waffles, 20 in a Box (L.R Waffle Cookie/Gransta) for 2,700 Yen (Tax Included)

The Stick Waffle is a cute little newcomer among Tokyo Station’s trendy sweet souvenirs. It’s essentially a waffle stick coated in chocolate, decorated just gorgeously. The crispy outside hides a moist core that makes this treat a big favorite for many people!
*Gransta limited.

5. Tokyo Cheesecake

5. Tokyo Cheesecake
Tokyo Cheesecake, 10 in a Box (Forma/Gransta) for 2,160 Yen (Tax Included)

Moist and creamy, these cheesecakes come in an adorable one-bite size. Made by a cheesecake specialty store, the taste is out of this world! Because they’re packaged individually, they make an excellent gift to share.
*Gransta exclusive.

6. Tokyo Suzu Senbei

6. Tokyo Suzu Senbei
Tokyo Suzu Senbei, 32 Bags of 4 Varieties (Fujimido/Gransta) for 2,470 Yen (Tax Included)

Gin no suzu (“Silver Bell”) is Tokyo Station’s landmark and a major meeting spot. These rice crackers are shaped like the iconic bell and tickle your taste buds with an authentic rice aroma. Limited to Tokyo Station, this gift features four different varieties, including unpolished rice and bonito shichimi (blend of seven spices).
*Gransta exclusive.

7. Baked Tiramisu

7. Baked Tiramisu
Baked Tiramisu, 12 in a Box (C3/Ecute Tokyo) for 2,160 Yen (Tax Included)

This treat is a reinterpretation of the classic tiramisu and turns it into a soft sponge cake with mascarpone from Hokkaido and a rich espresso aroma. The baked tiramisu also comes in an assorted version.

8. Wa Rusk

8. Wa Rusk
Wa Rusk, 30 in a Box (Waraku Beniya/Ecute Tokyo) for 2,000 Yen (Tax Included)

Waraku Beniya is a Japanese sweets specialty store by the famous pâtissier Hironobu Tsujiguchi. The rusks are carefully baked from baguette and enhanced with wasanbon sugar, black syrup, and yellow soft sugar, to put a uniquely Japanese twist on them. The elegant taste makes them a sought-after gift even for business-related purposed.

9. Ufu Pudding

9. Ufu Pudding
Ufu Pudding, 10 of 4 Varieties in a Tokyo Station-limited Packaging (Quatre Kakinokizaka/Keiyo Street) for 2,340 Yen

These little pudding delights come in genuine egg shells and this alone makes them a creative souvenir – they’re even packaged like real eggs! The flavor is rich and creamy, all thanks to local eggs from Oku-Kuji that are known for their excellent taste. The illustration of Tokyo Station’s Marunouchi Building drawn on the package is also a real eye-catcher.
*Tokyo Station exclusive.

10. La Ganache

10. La Ganache
La Ganache, 28 in a Box (Shiseido Parlour/Ecute Tokyo) for 2,340 Yen

La Ganache is a sweet of smooth chocolate with cocoa crunch coated in a mellow layer of Belgian chocolate. The outermost layer again features cocoa crunch. This rich chocolate treat can be enjoyed in a single bite, uniting various flavors and textures.

*Via Tokyo Station City

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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