Bread! Cake! Sandwiches! Tokyo’s delicious bakeries

The number of high-quality bakeries in Tokyo is increasing year by year. You might have seen feature articles about bread in magazines or bakery guidebooks. That’s how huge this bakery trend has become. We decided to jump on the bandwagon and introduce three of our favorite bakeries to all bread lovers out there!

American-born bakery in Azabujuban: HUDSON MARKET BAKERS


Hudson Market Bakers has its roots in New York. Offering amazing American sweets, the bakery’s motto is “Coffee Time With Baked Goods.” For their baked goods, they use carefully selected ingredients, such as brown sugar, nuts, and dried fruits. Once you stand in front of all those delicious treats, it’s so hard to decide which one to pick! 

The shop’s most famous cake is apple pie. You can even choose between several types!

Peanut butter and salt cookies

The lineup of delicious cakes include typical American carrot cake.

Granola with nuts and berries.

When buying apple pie as a takeout, we recommend reheating it at home. This way, the cake will taste fresh out of the oven!


1-8-6 Azabujuban, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/HFsdzfbsuYDDJP5o9
Nearest station: Azabujuban Station

Born in a Japanese resort, now also in Hiroo: SAWAMURA


Sawamura has its main store in Karuizawa, but now also a shop in Hiroo. The Hiroo branch has a bakery on the first floor and a tapas-centered restaurant on the second floor.

During the bread manufacturing process, Sawamura uses about 20 kinds of domestic and foreign kinds of flour, as well as 4 kinds of homemade yeast according to the character of each bread. That’s some true craftsmanship! Of course, all bread and baked goods are super delicious. After your first visit, you will want to visit again and again for sure!

Almond and caramel cake

Juicy meat pie

Bread with the genius combination of cream cheese and bread! Yummy!

After buying bread and cake, head to the nearby Arisugawanomiya Memorial Park for a little picnic!

Bread & Tapas Sawamura Hiroo Store

LaSaccaia-Azabu Bldg 1 / 2F, 5-1-6 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/sjeGksPqzpFKFwKF8
Nearest station: Hiroo Station

A bakery with terrace seatsin the middle of Roppongi: bricolage bread and co.

Bricolage bread and co. faces Roppongi Keyakizaka Dori Street, which is right next to Roppongi Hills. The charming bakery also has terrace seats where you can enjoy their bread and great coffee.

The store name bricolage is French, which means DIY (Do It Yourself) in English. To perfectly match their bakery, the owners carefully selected the interior, music, and coffee.

Besides sandwiches and quiches that makes the perfect snack or a light meal, the bakery also sells homemade baguettes and (real!!) German-style bread to bring back and eat at home.

The salmon quiche was so rich and delicious!

A small baguette with adzuki bean paste and butter. The sweet adzuki bean paste actually goes really well with bread. If you haven’t tried this combination yet, you definitely should!

Healthy full-grain bread I bought to eating at home.

bricolage bread and co.

Keyakizaka Terrace 1F, 6-15-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/4fpvkRnWZsrDsNXL6
Nearest station: Roppongi Station, Nogizaka Station


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