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  • Ciappuccino: Yoyogi Uehara

  • Bakery ( Yoyogiuehara )
  • Usually when someone sees a pancake in Japan, it is only a dessert item, so to indulge in it as a meal would make me feel awkward and a bit silly. But here though, pancakes are the star like they are...
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  • Pan Doll

  • Bakery, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Jiyugaoka )
  • PanDoll is exactly what'd you think a Japanese bakery should look, smell, and most importantly, taste like. The place isn't big: shelves line the wall, stacked with trays of freshly baked pastries and...
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  • D'une Rarete: Omotesando

  • Bakery ( Harajuku )
  • How expensive for the size of the amount. This was my honest opinion. The food was in fact great, but I was disappointed with the size of the bread. Among all, I recommend fig pound cake. The cake i...
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  • Ginza Cozy Corner

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Bakery ( Shibuya )
  • In Japan, there are multitudes are bakery and sweets cafes; i'm thinking there's a major sweet tooth over here; that or it's used for household warming/greeting gifts, so as a necessity these places s...
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  • Mon reve quatre

  • Bakery, Desserts ( Jiyugaoka )
  • From the station, head down the road with Samitsu (or Cubic Mart), which I would think is to the right (anyways, it should be on your right). Walk a few paces down, past a few mom and pop shops sellin...
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  • Bakery Cafe 426: Omotesando

  • Bakery, Cafes ( Harajuku )
  • This bakery is located in the ritzy, expensive area of Omotesando. it has two floors, the first being a standard bakery and the second more like a cafe. When I got to the bakery is was late afternoon ...
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  • der Akkord

  • Bakery ( Harajuku )
  • def Akkord prides itslef on its wholesome and healthful ingredients. The sample of bread I had was actually quite lovely. Unlike all other bread I've had thus far in Tokyo it had a rich, dense texture...
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  • Park Hyatt Tokyo Delicatessen

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Shinjuku )
  • A deli on the first floor of Park Hyatt Tokyo. Chic shaded interiors and high ceilings produce a stylish and spacious atmosphere. Outdoor seats surrounded by green and birds are a temporary relief f...
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  • Maruichi Bagel

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