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    If there is one kind of foreign sweets that the Japanese like it is chocolate. And who says chocolate says Belgian pralines. Luxury department stores in Japan all sell Belgian chocolate. The fun part is that each has a contract with a different brand, so that you don't find the same pralines everywhere (that would be boring), but can discover new delicacies every time you enter a new department store.

    Here is a list of the brands you will find in each place, sorted by neighbourhood.

    Mitsukoshi Nihombashi

    Godiva

    Takashimaya Nihombashi

    Debailleul
    Godiva
    Wittamer

    OAZO Marunouchi

    Debailleul

    Maru Biru Marunouchi

    Debailleul

    Shin Maru Biru Marunouchi

    Godiva

    Daimaru Tokyo Station

    Jean-Philippe Darcis
    Godiva
    Wittamer

    Matsuzakaya Ginza

    Jean-Philippe Darcis
    Godiva

    Matsuya Ginza

    Godiva

    Mitsukoshi Ginza

    Godiva

    Takashimaya Shinjuku

    Godiva

    Odakyu Shinjuku

    Godiva
    Wittamer

    Isetan Shinjuku

    Godiva

    Seibu Ikebukuro

    Galler
    Godiva
    Wittamer

    Tobu Ikebukuro

    Godiva

    Seibu Shibuya

    Godiva

    Takashimaya Tamagawa

    Debailleul


    Note that Neuhaus and Pierre Marcolini have their own stores in Ginza and Tokyo Station. Galler also has independent shops in Nishi-Shinjuku and Yurakucho.

    Leonidas has 7 independent shops in Tokyo (Ginza, Akasaka, Azabu Juban, Daikanyama, Kichijoji, Kagurazaka, Iogi).

    Godiva has 59 shops in total in Tokyo (without Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa), including in all the Atre department stores, as well as in Matsuya, Matsuzakaya, Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya in the suburbs.
    Last edited by Maciamo; Jun 7, 2010 at 02:54.

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