Yoku Moku

Yoku Moku (Aoyama and Various Tokyo Locations)- The Famous Butter Cookie Shop and Lounge

Yoku MokuYoku Moku is a premium confectionary brand that creates delicate butter confections made with all natural ingredients without preservatives or additives. The cookies are made primarily of butter, sugar, egg whites, and flour, and the combination literally melts in your mouth. They are light, crunchy, and delicious. Each Yoku Moku cookie is cafeully packaged and a delicious assortment is placed in a collectible tin. They are our favorite gift to give to friends and relatives overseas.

Yoku MokuLocated just a short walk from Omotesando station sits their Main Store and Blue Brick Lounge. Here they offer their full selection of cookies and assortments as well as seasonal items and collectible tins. The Blue Brick Lounge offers a wide selection of sweet and savory items in a relaxing setting indoors or in their open and lush courtyard. We highly recommend visiting for one of their many delectable cakes.

Yoku Moku cookies can be found throughout Japan, in almost every major department store in Tokyo, Haneda Airport and overseas. To learn more about the history of this delectable treat read this article by my good friend Mina Nishisaka.

Yoku Moku, Aoyama Main Store Details:       

Yoku MokuAddress: 5-3-3 Minami Aoyama Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区南青山5-3-3)
Store Hours: 10: 00 – 19: 00
Lounge Hours: 10: 00 – 23: 00 (Sunday and holidays 10: 00 – 19: 00). Bar hours: 18:00 – 23:00
Store Phone:03-5485-3330
Lounge Phone: 03-5485-3340
Access: 2 minutes from Omotesando Station Exit A5
Website: https://www.yokumoku.co.jp/
Locations: http://www.yokumoku.co.jp/store/district03.html

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Yoku Moku – The Famous Butter Cookie Shop and Lounge


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