Located in the B2 floor of the Otemachi Tower, La Pâtisserie offers a selection of spectacular culinary creations, from homemade breads and traditional French pastries to intricately layered creations such as the Mille Feuille Framboise, Baba a l’Armagnac and Tarte Chocolat. Visitors will also be able to purchase whole cakes, ideal for special occasions, or enjoy a delicious lunch on-to-go with freshly prepared sandwiches and artisan coffee served daily.
Signatures for special occasions
One of the patisserie’s seasonal specialities is Chef Miyagawa’s elegant version of the 19th-century Parisian dessert, the Mont-Blanc. Made with Japanese chestnuts, La Patisserie’s take on the classic Mont-Blanc layers a light coconut meringue with smooth custard and whipped cream with Madagascan Vanilla, creating a showstopping central table piece, available as a whole celebration cake, or as a luxurious dinner party dessert. Also offered are a range of gift items such as small baked pastries beautifully boxed in Japanese kōbako, Aman Tokyo jams and handmade chocolates – a homage to Miyagawa’s training as a chocolatier.
A destination in itself
La Pâtisserie’s home was visioned by talented interior designers at Tokyo-based agency, Bond Design Studio Inc. Using inspiration from Aman Tokyo above - designed by Kerry Hill Architects – La Pâtisserie’s multitude of textured surfaces in earthy, natural materials allow the exquisite cakes to take centre stage. Whether stopping en-route to the office for a hot cup of coffee, or meeting with a friend for an afternoon treat, La Patisserie offers a moment’s respite from the bustle of Otemachi.