Found this on social media somewhere and thought it was cute enough to visit. It’s located just off one of the side-streets of shibuya and should be easy enough for most to find. Apparently peak hours can have massive lines so I would recommend going sometime between 2-5pm (we went at about 4pm and were seated immediately with only half the seats filled).
It’s ¥1,800 for a 40-minute all-you-can-eat ticket per person, which is quite pricey for the amount of time. It’s good enough for the experience alone, however not spectacular enough to warrant return visits in my opinion. The entry ticket also covers 1 free drink, of which you can select your preference from juices to tea to water.
For satisfying a dessert-craving with some aesthetics, Cafe RonRon would be the perfect choice. Though the cafe boasts upwards of 30 dessert variations, outside of peak hours this generally seems to be reduced to around 10-15. Some of the desserts are rather heavy, so if you’re going for quantity to make the most out of your money, you might want to choose carefully (or share)!