Compartes Chocolatier opens Tokyo Station store

September 13th, 2011By Category: Shopping

Famous U.S. organic chocolate shop Compartes Chocolatier has opened its 4th Tokyo store at Tokyo Station. The first Compartes Chocolatier opened in LA in 1950, and was said to be loved by stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and other celebrities.

The current owner of Compartes Chocolatier is Jonathan Grahm, 26, known as chocolatier to the stars. He has made a name for himself by producing unique and creative chocolates — fusing art, flavors and fashion. His ever evolving lines now include truffles, chocolate dipped fruits, gourmet chocolate bars, organic chocolates, homemade marshmallows, toffees, gourmet chocolate gifts and much more.

The new shop is just outside Tokyo Station, Yaesu Chuo Exit (B1). Grahm has three other stores in Tokyo — at Aoyama, Shibuya and Kamata.

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