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For the cookie lovers out there, New Zealand-based Cookie Time opened its first cookie bar in Tokyo’s Harajuku in December. At ¥240 apiece, each cookie is warm and chewy on the inside, and each bite guarantees plenty of half-melted chocolate chunks. The brand uses only organic ingredients and claims that it doesn’t use any artificial sweeteners or additives, but be warned: These cookies are so good that they will bring out the Cookie Monster in anyone. For a piece of heaven, dish out ¥280 for the ice-cream cookie sandwich. 1-21-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; 03-6804-3779; www.cookiebar.jp.

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