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  • Matsunosuke NY: Daikanyama

  • Desserts, Bakery ( Daikanyama )
  • This adorable dessert shop boasts carrying NY Cheesecake and Apple Pie. The seating inside is quite quaint, with apples used for decorations. The desserts all looked really fresh and rich. There was c...
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  • ==CLOSED == Bagel & Bagel: Yotsuya

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Yotsuya )
  • Though I'm not a huge bagel person, I really enjoyed the bagels here. They have some really unique ones that you can't find in the U.S., and they're very reasonably priced, too. The staff is really fr...
  • Maison Kayser: Tokyo

  • Bakery ( Nihombashi )
  • This is absolutely my favourite bakery in Tokyo. The croissant aux amandes is just out of this world! They also have branches in other parts of Tokyo, see website below: http://www.maison-kayser.com/...
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  • Saintmarc Cafe

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • their "morning" set is quite the deal, i think. for under 500 yen, get a drink and a dessert. I can't remember precisely, but I have a slight recollection of getting the set during a normal...
  • Allez France

  • Cafes, Bakery, Desserts ( Azabu-juban )
  • This place was able to hump over the 3 star-rating because of a single item: the raisin bread package; apparently, in order to get that perfect square shape, with the white inside showing, it was nece...
  • Hokuo: Ueno

  • Bakery ( Ueno )
  • This is a bakery within Ueno Station. The melon bread was particularly good, and not at all expensive. When I went there wasn't much of a selection, but this is probably because I went in the late aft...
  • Saintmarc Cafe Choco Cro

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Yotsuya )
  • ChocoCro is a small shop on Shinjuku-dori near Yotsuya Station. It serves some gourmet drinks and desserts, but what it’s known for is chocolate croissants (hence its name: ChocoCro). You can buy a ...
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  • Kobeya Kitchen Restaurant

  • Bakery, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Family Restaurant ( Koenji )
  • Average price 1500 yen... not including a set, just the item. The price range is around Royal Host or Olive Garden status, for the food. Easily comparable to Fujiya restaurants (Desserts and cafe i...
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  • NYC Doughnut Plant: Jiyugaoka

  • Bakery, Cafes ( Jiyugaoka )
  • I picked up a doughnut at NYC Doughnut Plant never having heard of the chain and boy was I in for a tasty treat! There are two sizes of doughnut, a small version of the gigantic American size serving ...
  • Suminoe

  • Bakery ( Shinjuku )
  • This was a ridiculous meal. It wasn't bad, it wasn't horrible; it was just totally out of place. My set meat lunch (1,650 yen) began with a big plate with little on it. On one end, a morsel of tuna...
  • Paul:Yaesu

  • French, Bakery ( Tokyo Station )
  • Paul in Paris, which was established in 1889, is one of the most famous boulangerie shops in the world. They have over one hundred shops in France, and they opened their Tokyo store in Pacific Century...
  • Sweets Garden Yuji Ajiki

  • Bakery, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Desserts ( Futakotamagawa )
  • Yuji Ajiki is the force behind one of Tokyo's best cake shops. He has won numerous international baking competitions, and this is his only shop. Keep in mind that there are no tables -- this is strict...
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  • Haritts

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • Popular cafe specializing in donuts and Italian style coffee, with other desserts and sandwiches available. Small eat-in area, recommended if you want to enjoy some pretty latte art or eat more than 5...
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  • Banh Mi Sandwiches

  • Vietnamese, Bakery, Take out ( Takadanobaba )
  • This is a small take-out shop located just 90m from the station that specializes in Vietnamese French Bread Sandwiches. They bake their own bread fresh and toast it to order.
  • Bakery Fujiya

  • Bakery ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • Bakery Fujiya (not to be confused with the chain cake shop of the same name) sells Japanese style pastries, sandwiches and other baked goods. Take-out only.
  • Atelier Bec

  • Bakery, French ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • From the owners of the popular Brasserie Bec, this take-out counter offers simple French dishes, sandwiches and dessert.
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  • Maruichi Bagel

  • Bakery ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • Authentic New York-style bagels in ten flavours, sold as-is or stuffed (fillings change daily).
  • Katane Bakery

  • Bakery ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • Cafe with full menu for breakfast and lunch and good selection of desserts in the afternoon.
  • Le Poussin

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Ebisu )
  • This cute and small cafe is tucked into a side road and specializes in quiche.
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