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Tokyo Station’s Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price! Top 10 Souvenirs of 2,200 Items: Most Sold, Most Popular - and All Under $10!

Tokyo Station’s Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price! Top 10 Souvenirs of 2,200 Items: Most Sold, Most Popular - and All Under $10!

Date published: 20 August 2018
Last updated: 13 November 2018

Behold, this is our grand “Souvenir Sales Ranking – By Price!” We picked the top 10 souvenirs for under 1,000 yen 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 Butter Cookie, 9 in a Box (The Maple Mania/Gransta) for 920 Yen (Tax Included)

#1 Maple Butter Cookie, 9 in a Box (The Maple Mania/Gransta) for 920 Yen (Tax Included)

Maple sugar and cultured butter are kneaded into the dough that these flavorful cookies are made out. The thin cookies sandwich a sweet layer of butter chocolate! These little delicacies manage to capture the authentic taste of pancakes fresh from the oven, coated with plenty of butter and maple syrup while adding an extra crunch to each bite! The cookies come in individual packaging that features the design of the “maple boy,” making for a wonderfully nostalgic feeling that matches the taste just right.
*Gransta exclusive.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“I recommend this because these cookies have a rich butter aroma while not being too sweet. Because they’re individually packaged, it’s a great souvenir choice for colleagues or larger groups of friends.”

#2 Gin no Budō Chocolate Sandwich, 8 in a Box (Gin no Budō /Gransta) for 712 Yen (Tax Included)

#2 Gin no Budō Chocolate Sandwich, 8 in a Box (Gin no Budō /Gransta) for 712 Yen (Tax Included)

The hard and crispy “buns” for this chocolate sandwich is the shop’s own individual creation, made from a dough infused with chocolate and nuts. They’re filled with either mellow white chocolate or creamy milk chocolate. The shop is committed to the motto of “dough is life,” which is why the texture is so wonderfully unique – it’s all thanks to a mysterious, secret recipe and method.
*Gransta exclusive.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“The hearts decorating the surface are very cute! I recommend it because you get to choose between the two types.”

#3 Tokyo Renga Pan “Brick Bread” (Mame Ichizu/Ecute) for 287 Yen (Tax Included)

#3 Tokyo Renga Pan “Brick Bread” (Mame Ichizu/Ecute) for 287 Yen (Tax Included)

The Tokyo Renga Pan literally translates to “Brick Bread,” created after the iconic red bricks of the Tokyo Station building. The most popular choice is the box of four such pieces of bread that itself comes in the brick design. The bread itself hides two layers on the inside: red bean paste and whipped cream infused with white bean paste. The gentle sweetness is addictive!
*Ecute Tokyo exclusive.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“This sweet blends Japanese and Western flavors really well. It’s also cute because it resembles the brick walls of Tokyo Station!”

#4 Torotoro Yaki-Cup Cheese (Fromage Terra/Keiyo Street) for 216 Yen (Tax Included)

#4 Torotoro Yaki-Cup Cheese (Fromage Terra/Keiyo Street) for 216 Yen (Tax Included)

This “cheesecake in a cup” is best enjoyed freshly baked when it is crunchy on the outside and wonderfully soft and fluffy on the inside. We especially recommend eating this little delight in all kinds of curious ways – savoring the inside with a spoon, dipping it in hot milk or coffee, and so on!

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“I was surprised at the fluffy, creamy texture! The cheese is wonderfully smooth, so this is something I highly recommend to cheese fans!”

#5 Gummytzel, 6 in a Box (Hitotsubu Kanro/Gransta) for 800 Yen (Tax Included)

#5 Gummytzel, 6 in a Box (Hitotsubu Kanro/Gransta) for 800 Yen (Tax Included)

The outside is crunchy, the inside is soft – meet Gummytzel, the creative lovechild of gummy candy and pretzel. This box of six features the flavors of grape, coke, La France pear, apple, soda, and grapefruit.
*Gransta exclusive.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“It’s not a pretzel but a Gummytzel, what a creative name! I like that it has a crunch on the outside while being moist and soft on the inside and I can see myself not being able to stop eating this. The vivid colors are cute as well.”

#6 Koi Suru☆Tokyo Kumagoron (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 950 Yen (Tax Included)

#6 Koi Suru☆Tokyo Kumagoron (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 950 Yen (Tax Included)

These adorable donuts are glazed in the style of Tokyo Station’s brick exterior, telling of its long history in the cutest way imaginable. The set of three is particularly impactful and it comes as little to no surprise that it’s one of the station’s most popular souvenirs.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“I love the little bear in the middle wearing a station master’s hat! Everyone who sees this will be overwhelmed with cuteness. Because the decorations are made by hand at the donut factory in Hokkaido, every face looks a little different.

#7 Matcha Chocolate Sandwich, 5 in a Box (Gin no Budō /Gransta) for 560 Yen (Tax Included)

#7 Matcha Chocolate Sandwich, 5 in a Box (Gin no Budō /Gransta) for 560 Yen (Tax Included)

The dough used for this crispy sandwich is infused with high-grade green tea powder from Uji. The same type of matcha is also part of the creamy green tea chocolate and white chocolate between the crunchy layers. With its melt-in-the-mouth quality, this treat tastes like the sweets version of Matcha Latte.
*Gransta exclusive.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“There’s a gentle matcha aroma and I recommend this to green tea fans. It’s crispy and easy to eat no matter where you are, so it’s also a great treat during your trip!”

#8 Tokyo Station & Station Master Kumagoron (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 980 Yen (Tax Included)

#8 Tokyo Station & Station Master Kumagoron (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 980 Yen (Tax Included)

These mini donuts are gone with a single bite! This set offers plenty of variety for a very reasonable price and the design also features Tokyo station. A wonderful souvenir all around!

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“One box offers various flavors! Every face looks a little different, so it’s fun to snack those with friends and compare the little bears!”

#9 Kaminari Cheese, 10 in a Box (Tokyo Kaminariya/Keiyo Street) for 750 Yen (Tax Included)

#9 Kaminari Cheese, 10 in a Box (Tokyo Kaminariya/Keiyo Street) for 750 Yen (Tax Included)

These sable cookies have a wonderfully rich aroma of gouda cheese. Lightly baked in the shape of a cloud, they are garnished with a sugar coating and puffed rice.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“It’s not too sweet and the gentle hint of salt is really addictive! The cute cloud shape also makes me want to recommend these cookies and the puffed rice on the surface accentuates the theme nicely.”

#10 Korokoro Aka (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 780 Yen (Tax Included)

#10 Korokoro Aka (Siretoco Donuts/Keiyo Street) for 780 Yen (Tax Included)

This set features a variety of donut specialties. The package boasts a design reminiscent of Tokyo Station’s iconic red bricks, an original of Siretoco Donuts.

Comment from the Japanese taste tester:
“These are the basics of Siretoco, a set of mini donuts straight from the Shiretoco Factory in Hokkaido! The flavors include pumpkin, matcha azuki, Hokkaido milk, coffee, and chocolate, and are all nicely gentle in taste.”

*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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