Technically, Krispy Kreme is not something that’s only found in Tokyo but I gotta tell you, it sure made Mr Thick and I happy campers.
We tracked down the Shinjuku store into the fourth day of our trip and I absolutely insisted on buying half a dozen of original glazed donuts for breakfast the next day. To our surprise, the store also had a cafe above it and it overlooked a very nice part of Shinjuku. And as we were picking out the delectable treats, we had another surprise: every customer gets a free original glazed donut! Husband and I were like little children being told we are allowed to eat another chocolate bar.
In the end, as it always happens, we bought way too many donuts than our stomachs could handle and felt a little sick after that. But hey, that was breakfast and lunch combined so I think the calories were well justified. As we sat there in the cosy cafe and sinking our teeth into the sugary, melty deliciousness of Krispy Kreme’s original glazed donuts, I could have sworn that we floated up into the heavens.
Krispy Kreme Shinjuku
Shinjuku Southern Terrace
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7 thoughts on “Tokyo raves: Krispy Kreme”
You know everytime I passed by a Krispy Kreme in Tokyo, I would think of going in, but forced myself not to. haha…
sigh.. to this day, i have yet to eat a single Krispy Kreme donut.
@ Sarah I admire your willpower!
@ Sandy Gah, where have you been, woman??!
living on a farm apparently.
man.. reading these japan entries make me miss japan too!
The maximum number of the original glazed doughnuts I can eat in one sitting is 3. Only done that once and will never do it again. Felt so ill. Haha. x
3 in a row is quite the record!