English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 6 reviews)
“One of my favourite Tokyo experiences ever!”
This is such a unique experience, I absolutely loved it! We were a party of four visiting on a Sunday evening. We were seated straight away and the rules were explained to us; all-you-can-eat candy and snacks for up to two hours for 500 yen per person, with a separate menu offering drinks and food. ...We had a great time sampling lots of different sweet and savoury items from the very well-stocked shelves. We also ordered some deep fried Oreos which were delicious! We had a great time, would definitely recommend.
Visited April 2019
“Not just Candy”
The place was a little hard to find but It was definately worth it. They have more than just Candy I ordered a delicious cinnamon roll before I even got my basket of snacks. If you ever wanted to try a bunch of japanese snacks for a good price hunt this place down
Visited September 2018
“Oichi and fun!!!”
A little hard to find, see the first photo for the sign to look for. It’s on the second floor. Pay a flat fee of 500yen and buy 1 drink minimum and eat ALL THE SNACKS for 2 hours. It wasn’t too busy, and it was exactly what I’d hoped for. (๑>◡<๑)
Visited April 2019
Heard about the Dagashi Bar and thought we’d take our daughter and grandson. It was rather difficult to find and I asked several shop owners, who were all helpful, but we still had trouble locating. Finally found it on the second floor. Signage out front on street level showed a restaurant with a... small picture reference to the dagashi (candy). Look for Izakaya Restaurant and you’re at the right place. A little expensive at $5 USD plus the cost of a drink, another $6 USD or so. Max time limit to eat all the candy, chips, etc is 2 hours. There are also food options at an additional cost. I feel the experience was worth it as we had fun tasting a wide variety of Japanese candies and snacks. My grandson thought it was great. It seemed to be a younger [aged] crowd but we enjoyed it as well. Opened at 3pm.
Visited January 2019
“All-you-can-eat candy for 500 yen! ALL. YOU. CAN. EAT. CANDYYYYY.”
When one of my friends casually mentioned that Tokyo is home to an all-you-can-eat candy bar--hell, a CHAIN of all-you-can-eat candy bars--I couldn't believe I hadn't heard of it before or why such a place isn't at the top of every recommended Tokyo vacation itinerary ever. For a paltry 500 yen cove...r charge, you get to eat all the Japanese old-timey candy you want in a charming retro Showa-style setting. Since I visited after dinner, I only ordered a drink to go with my basket(s) of candy, but you can also order savory dishes to help offset the sugar (check out Dagashi Bar's website for menus). If by the end of your visit you have a belly ache, then YOU DID IT RIGHT.
Visited May 2018