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Vegan sweets shops have increased recently, which mostly comes in natural-oriented and less sweet. However, we believe that a lot of people, who want to enjoy vegan sweets, want them sweeter and gutsy. In response to such a request, today we will introduce 10 recommended vegan sweets around the Shibuya area that you definitely should check!

*Shops selected in this article are those who offer vegan-friendly foods. However, some shops might not be able to correspond with the contamination or the usage of white sugar. Please check with each shop in advance.

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Harajuku Area


This is a store that can be called the vegan doughnuts’ paradise, for its wide variety of vegan doughnuts. Moreover, it is sweet, just like what a lot of vegan sweets lovers wanted to try! The writer had a chance to eat the doughnuts but only be able to have two doughnuts at a time, but the writer would certainly like to conquer all of them someday!

Besides doughnuts, the shop also offers cinnamon bread and other variants of vegan foods. Furthermore, they also have regular doughnuts made with milk and eggs, so be sure to check with the shop!

■6-13-6 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : none

Coconut Glen’s Ice Cream (Online)

This is a shop that specializes in coconut-based ice cream, located in the back alley of Cat’s Street which has a wide variety of products, and all of them do not use dairy products or eggs! The ice cream is so sweet and irresistible! In addition, it uses coconut shells as the bowl, which is photogenic.

Unfortunately, the shop has moved to the American Village in Okinawa, but you can purchase their products online.


Hotel Chocola Omotesando 

Hotel Chocola Omotesando, as its name, is a chocolate specialty store that offers multiple types of chocolate which is free from dairy products. What we want to recommend this time is their chocolate drink that uses non-dairy product chocolate. Customers can choose the chocolate they want and add options. If you want to change to soy milk, you can have it in 0 yen!

If you choose hot chocolate with variant classic 70 or dark 85/100, you can have it vegan that is free from dairy products. The chocolate with cacao 75% and above is all vegan-friendly.


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*The product in this photo is only as an image, not vegan-friendly.

■SIX HARAJUKU TERRACE X-building, 5-16-13 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Closing day : irregular

Shibuya Area

2foods Shibuya LOFT 

“2 foods” is a vegan café with the concept of “Junky x Healthy”, which has a number of branches here and there. One of them is on the 2nd floor of Shibuya LOFT. Besides the meal menu, they also offer mouthwatering sweets and drink menus, from doughnuts and pudding to ice cream and gâteau chocolate!


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■Shibuya LOFT 2F, 21-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : same with Shibuya LOFT’s business hour

True Berry Shibuya Scramble Square

Have you ever thought that smoothie is just the same everywhere? We also had the same opinion, but then True Berry’s smoothie changed everything! Their smoothie has a completely different flavor and excellent harmony of each taste in a glass. They also have a popular fruit sandwich which is perfect for your tea time. The shop is located at 7F of Shibuya Scramble Square, please have a visit if you are around.


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■Shibuya Scramble Square 7F, 2-24-12 Shibuya, Tokyo
■Close day: Same with Shibuya Scramble Square’s business hour

Falafel Brothers Shibuya Parco

Falafel Brothers is not only about falafel! We highly recommend you to have a taste of their raw cake (unbaked cake), especially their Houjicha cake! They also have cookies and ice creams for your options.


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■Shibuya PARCO 7F, 15-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : none

Omotesando Area

PARLOR 8tablish

Vegan restaurant 8tablish renewal into a Parlor. The shop sells baked confectionery that looks so mouthwatering. If you are looking for something luxury, Parlor 8tablish can be an option.


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■2F, 5-10-17 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : none

Cosme Kitchen Adaptation Omotesando Hills 

Talking about the vegan parfait, this shop is a place you can’t miss. The parfaits are made by layering ice cream, fruits, granola, etc. There are some types of parfaits and limited parfaits which you can enjoy elegantly in a fashionable yet comfy space.


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■Omotesando Hills Honkan B2F, 4-12-10 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : same with the Omotesando Hills business day

Daikanyama Area

Premium SOW

Premium SOW in Daikanyama offers ice cream options. We recommend you to try their ice cream sandwich! They also have baked confectionery, pudding, and more.


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■Symphony Daikanyama 103, 12-16 Daikanyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : irregular


A hideaway café, Hatena is known for its delicious bread. They made all the bread in the shop, from melon bread to doughnuts. Seems like they have an ice cream option too! It’s not sweets though, but their curry bread is so delicious.


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■1F, 5-4-18 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■Close day : Wednesday

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