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Bread Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's Lobby Lounge Le Jardin
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sekiguchi 2-10-8 Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo 3rd floor
    This restaurant and lounge is in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's lobby. Four different menus are available depending on the time of day. In the afternoon you can enjoy an authentic British teatime with a 3-level sandwich tray and baked pastries. Roast beef is served at dinner time, and a variety of champagnes with a snack are available during the premium champagne hour.
  • Pelican
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    4.5
    87 Reviews
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Kotobuki 4-7-4
    A long-standing bread bakery founded in 1942 and located in Tokyo's Asakusa neighborhood. Renowned for its delicious breads which you can eat every day without ever getting tired of them, this popular establishment frequently sees lines of customers waiting outside to get in. The bakery makes only two kinds of bread- shokupan white bread and rolls. Only a limited amount of bread is baked each day, and the bakery frequently runs out of stock before closing.

    We heard of this bakery from a Japanese friend and decided to make a trip down Asakusa just for the bread. We didn’t know we need to make reservations so when we turned up nothing was left. We...

  • Futsu ni Fruit by Bread, Espresso &
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Nakameguro 1-1-71
    Located a five-minute walk from Daikanyama Station, Futsu ni Fruit specializes in fruit sandwiches and is an offshoot of the popular bakery-café Bread, Espresso & on Omotesando. Made with fresh fruit from Futaba Fruits, a popular fruit store in Nakano City, its sandwiches are recommended not only for breakfast but also for light meals later in the day. In addition to fruit sandwiches, this shop sells panini with fillings such as raw ham or cheese and is equipped with an eat-in space.

    店構えも可愛いし、お店の売りのフルーツサンドも断面が美しく食べると美味しい!クリームがちょうどいい甘さでフルーツとバランスがいいです。 時間によっては置いてある種類が少ないですが、裏でせっせと新たに作ってましたので店員さんに聞けばだいたい出来上がる時間を教えていただけます。

  • Le Grenier à Pain (Atré Ebisu Store)
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Ebisuminami 1-6-1 Atlet Ebisu West Pavilion 4th Floor
    Le Grenier à Pain is located on the fourth floor of Atré Ebisu. Their popular baguettes are exceptional—they have twice won prizes at a baguette competition in Paris. These baguettes are made using the highest grade of wheat flour, and the dough is combined with yeast and left to rise overnight before being baked at high heat, yielding a delectable baguette that is crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. In addition, the shop sells baked goods such as croissants, Danish pastries, everyday bread and other kinds of bread, and many kinds of traditional French pastries, all of which can be enjoyed in the adjacent café.
  • Bamboo
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaoyama 3-5-231F
    Located near Omotesando Station, Bamboo is a popular shop that specializes in toast and has been featured in the media. It has a complete selection of fillings that go well with toast, including fresh vegetables, meat, and seafood and always has at least seven varieties available. Another attraction at this shop is watching the employees prepare your toast on a grill right before your eyes. The shop closes when it runs out of ingredients, so be aware that it may close early on some days.
  • 365 Days
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-6-12
    365 Days is a bakery shop located just a short distance from Yoyogi Koen Station. Akimasa Sugikubo, the former chef at the popular bakery D’une Rareté, aims to offer a selection of food. Featured in the media, this well-loved shop uses only domestic wheat to make its bread, and it buys and processes the meat of an entire pig to produce ham, bacon, and other pork products. Bread and other products sold here contain no artificial additives.
  • Tecona Bagel Works
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-51-12 Yoyogi Park House B102
    Tecona Bagel Works, a shop specializing in bagels, is located only a one-minute walk from Yoyogi-koen Station. Since the texture of a bagel can differ based on the ingredients used, Tecona Bagel Works offers a wide selection with three options for texture: “mochi-mochi” (chewy), mugyu-mugyu (dense sourdough), and “fuka-fuka” (light and fluffy). Currently, there are about 50 to 60 kinds of bagels available. The wide selection of flavors available in this attractive shop include the chewy Cinnamon Honey Apple flavor, the sourdough Lemon Peel and Cream Cheese flavor, and the soft and fluffy Strawberry Milk flavor.
  • Katane Bakery
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    4.5
    15 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Nishihara 1-7-5
    A bread bakery located in 1 Chome Nishihara, Shibuya City. The shop offers around 80 varieties of bread daily, including hard breads and meal-style breads. The adjoining cafe in the basement serves a Paris breakfast set and other breakfast choices from 7:30 a.m.

    It‘s a tiny bakery with a beautiful café in the basement. They serve a really good breakfast, especially their croissants are great! We had a very nice waitress and enjoyed our stay a lot.

  • Yoshida Pan
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    Tokyo Katsushika-ku Kameari 5-40-1
    A coupe bread takeout shop located in Kameari. This shop carries on the spirit of the original coupe bread invented by Fukuda Pan viewed as a comfort food to the citizens of Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture. The shop offers a variety of fillings for its big, fluffy coupe bread, such as the familiar an bean paste and margarine, as well as more savory styles such as spaghetti Napolitan. All are made to order, ensuring you can enjoy fresh made deliciousness whenever you come.
  • Maison Landemaine Tokyo
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    4.0
    70 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Azabudai 3-1-5
    The first international branch of Maison Landemaine, a bakery in Paris, France. Here you can enjoy baked goods prepared exactly the same as in France, such as baguettes made with homemade natural yeast according to the traditional method. The shop's most popular item is its croissants. There are two varieties on offer, a moist and chewy croissant made with domestic Japanese butter and a crisp croissant made with French butter. In addition to takeout, there's also an eat-in space inside as well as terrace seating where you can eat your purchase on the spot. The shop has a cafe menu as well as a lunch menu.

    I like to go there for a croissant, a cake and a coffee in terrace. Very good and tasty. Real French bakery even if a bit expensive

  • Parlor Ekoda
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    Tokyo Nerima-ku Sakaechou 41-7
    A renowned bread bakery located in the Ekoda neighborhood. Inside, the shop is heavily accented with warm woods, and a stone mortar is used to grind the flour used in whole wheat and other hard breads right in the bakery. You can choose from among various breads and ingredients and have the staff make a sandwich for you. The toast set is also a popular menu option. Some 30 varieties of hearty sandwiches ready to take home line the shop's showcase at any given time. The shop was also used as a location in the television version of the hit manga, Kodoku no Gourmet.
  • Moomin Bakery and Cafe (Tokyo Dome City LaQua Shop)
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    4.0
    134 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kasuga 1-1-1 Tokyo Dome City LaQua 1F
    A bakery and cafe located on the first floor of Tokyo Dome City LaQua themed after the Finnish Moomins children's book series. Fans of the series are sure to enjoy the bakery, cafe, and merchandise shop. The cafe has a bright and comfortable Finnish atmosphere, and Moomin plush toys are scattered here and there. The cafe and bakery serve dishes themed after the Moomins characters, Northern European home cooking, and breads from the Moomins' homeland of Finland. Soup and bread are all-you-can-eat during lunch.

    The ambiance was good but they are very slow I had my breakfast in another cafe but I decided to my coffee in moomin cafe the line to enter the cafe was long and when you looked inside A lots of...

  • King George
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    4.0
    31 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Daikanyamachou 11-13 Shibuya Real Estate Building 2F
    This sandwich shop and bar is located in Daikanyama. Their original sandwiches are huge, and the hearty layers of meat and vegetables peek out from the sandwich sections. They look amazing, and lots of customers post photos of the sandwiches on Instagram.

    King George is a nice restaurant to have a good home made sandwich in a cool ambience. Service (in English) is good, sandwiches are tasty and the good music (not too loud). This place looks popular...

  • Cotoripan
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Fukuzumi 2-7-21
    You can spot this bakery in the middle of a residential area by the little round birds on the curtain covering the entryway. The cozy shop has a wide variety of freshly baked bread and sweets, as well as lots of spreads like jam and honey. Most of their baked items cost less than 500 yen for three. Their hallmark item is called Cotoripan and features the impression of cute little bird. Custard and chocolate cream packed into the soft and fluffy fresh baked white bread will fill you up after just one.

    日曜日の昼時に行きましたが、行列はなくすんなり入れました。ホットドッグに近い調理パンが多かったです。美味しくいただきました。店内は狭く、サクサク選ばないとつまりそうです。

  • Camelback sandwich&espresso (Camelback Sandwich & Espresso)
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    4.5
    36 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Kamiyamachou 42-2
    This sandwich cafe in Oku Shibuya has a cute camel for a logo. It specializes in espresso and cappuccino. Their filling ham and vegetable sandwiches use different baguettes depending on the item, and their fluffy Japanese style bread roll with atsuyaki egg (thick omelet) is popular. Atsuyaki egg is also served as a garnish with other sandwiches.

    I was super surprised to come into CAMELBACK. It really took me back to being in a hipster coffee shop in Silver Lake, CA yet in a quiet neighborhood within Tokyo. Walking up to it, you notice a line...

  • iacoupe
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    3.5
    8 Reviews
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen 1-54 Ueno no Mori Sakura Terrace 3F
    This sister shop of the popular BOULANGERIE ianak! in Nishinippori specializes in baked rolls. They fold all kinds of ingredients into the soft dough, from the standard to the creative. Their main menu features fillings like yakisoba noodles, napolitan pasta, steak, and salmon sour cream. Unique combinations like their bean jam and butter anbata rolls are also popular. The menu changes monthly. Check their Facebook page for the latest.

    西日暮里で有名なブーランジュリーイアナックさんのコッペパン専門店です。上野の上野桜テラスの3階に入っています。自家製酵母で作ったコッペパンはそのままでも美味しいのですがおかずけいからデザートまで幅広いメニューがありますよお土産にもおすすめ

  • Boulangerie La Terre (Tokyo Station Keiyo Street Shop)
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    3.5
    17 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR East Tokyo Station 1F In Keiyo Street
    A bread bakery with a cafe space located in the Keiyo Street area on the first floor of Tokyo Station. Dedicated to using domestic and organic ingredients, each variety of bread is made with a different, unique flour blend, and the bakery bakes over 100 varieties of bread daily. The cafe space is the perfect place to wait for a train or take a break, and here you can drink authentic coffee which goes well with bread ground by the roaster. Particularly recommended is the cream bread, which consists of a fluffy, sweet bread filled with flavorful custard cream. Decorated with a cute, smiling face made with cream, it is the shop's most popular item.

    Good place to pick up coffee before taking Shinkansen. Pastry looked good. Coffee was sour which was not my taste.

  • Tsukishima Kyuei
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    4.0
    17 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 1-21-3
    This bakery is located on Tsukishima Nishinaka Shopping Second Street, commonly called Mona Street, in Tokyo's Chuo Ward. Their signature freshly baked melon bread is very popular, and over 1,000 are sold in a single day. The oven is always at full capacity to provide fresh melon bread with a crispy outside and fluffy inside for an irresistible texture. In addition, their apple pie, chocolate pie, and high rush royal made with melon bread dough is also recommended.

    月島はもんじゃストリートにある、メロンパン屋さんです!もんじゃを頂いた後に寄るのがお勧めですが、なんと言っても焼きたてを頂くのが最高です。正直、焼きたてと、その後では随分と味が変わってしまいます。メロンパンの表面はサクサク、中はふっくら、甘い香りがたまりません。メロンパンのラスクは自宅に持ち帰り、アイスクリームと共に頂くと一層美味しく頂けます。店主も気さくで良い感じです。

  • Boulangerie L'ecrin
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-11-11F
    This bakery is run by venerable French restaurant Ginza L'ecrin. They offer traditional breads like baguettes and campagne as well as pastries and baked sweets to put real restaurant flavor in easy reach. Their baguettes come in two types, one that evokes the rich flavor of their French-imported wheat, and another made from domestic wheat. The croissants are a true delight, made with fermented butter, and are crisp on the outside, fluffy on the inside. You can also order one-of-a-kind original cakes.

    銀座5丁目「ロテスリーレカン」に隣接するブーランジェリー。 レストランで提供するバゲットなどのトラデショナルパンをはじめ、ヴィエノワズリー、パテスリー、ギフトなど並びます。 バゲットはフランス産小麦と国産小麦があり気分や食材にあわせて購入できます。 以前購入して美味しかった「エスカルゴピスタチオ」を今回も購入。普段この手のヴェノワズリー、特にエスカルゴはあまり好きでないのだが、こちらのは興奮するほ...

  • Caviar House & Prunier Sandwich House
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-2-1 Tokyu Plaza Ginza B2F
    A sandwich bar located on floor B2 of Tokyu Plaza Ginza which draws the eye with its black and white design. This is the first Japanese location for Caviar House & Prunier, a shop which sells high class ingredients like caviar and Balik salmon and which also operates seafood bars in major international airports. Here you can enjoy luxurious sandwiches made with select, high class ingredients. The caviar sandwich box is a Ginza exclusive and comes in an original, satin packaging. Treat yourself or someone special.

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