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Maison Landemaine Tokyo (Maison Landemaine Tokyo(メゾン・ランドゥメンヌ トーキョー))

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.


Tokyo Minato-ku Azabudai 3-1-5 (Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea)

phone 0357977387


Review of Maison Landemaine Azabudai

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Reviewed:2019/06/20 A bit of Paris in the heart of Tokyo
This is truly a little piece of Paris in the heart of Tokyo. Beautiful French pastries. My coffee was delicious. There a little seating area out by the sidewalk. The inside is big by Japanese...
Reviewed:2019/06/17 Delicious French pastries and breakfast
Amazing croissants (they offer French and Japanese croissants), cappuccino was delicious too. Great service, very clean and cozy. Had breakfast there also - was good to have European style meal for a...
Reviewed:2018/12/28 great coffee sweet breads
menu has not changed so much since last here, great food still little sweet for breakfast, couple more savory options would be nice

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Tokyo Minato-ku Azabudai 3-1-5 [map]
Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea
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