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PABLO Mini Tart - More than a Cheese Cake

Join me for a quick bite of Asakusa's Super Famous PABLO mini's Cheese Tart jubilee!

Spencer Amansick

Spencer Amansick

Published on 30 Aug, 12:00

Off the Asakusa Line is one of the busiest stations in the Tokyo area named Shimbashi station (新橋駅). Known for being the largest railway transfer station and easily accessible from Ginza district, Shimbashi is located in Tokyo's Minami Ward.

Access

The Asakusa Line can take you to the airport
The Asakusa Line can take you to the airport

The unique aspect of Shimbashi is how it blends the old style with the new trendy traditions. Today, we will discuss a cheese tart shop located in the heart of the newer portion of Shimbashi station.

Shimbashi station is one of the oldest and busiest stations in Japan
Shimbashi station is one of the oldest and busiest stations in Japan

During your commute between the train lines, you must make your way through an underground maze of shops, restaurants and galleries. What I may have stumbled upon was one of the most delicious cheese tart café/ restaurants ever. The store was named PABLO Mini Tart.

PABLO mini has a catchy store front color
PABLO mini has a catchy store front color
PABLO also specializes in drinks
PABLO also specializes in drinks

Location

〒105-0004 Tokyo, Minato City, Shinbashi, 2 Chome, E109号 東口地下街 ホーム 1

The storefront was simple and quiet looking but because of the bright white and yellow lights, it was an easy eye-catching moment for each train passerby. When I arrived it felt reminiscent of closing time.

The sole staff member was tidying up and the tarts presentation was lined up in a well-organized fashion. It was around 1930 and the station as well as the underground mall was closing up and I decided to pick up some of the tasty treats.