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Strawberry and pistachio mousse cake from Hidemi Sugino | © City Foodsters/Flickr
Strawberry and pistachio mousse cake from Hidemi Sugino | © City Foodsters/Flickr
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The Ten Best Bakeries in Tokyo

Picture of Alicia Joy
Tokyo Writer
Updated: 5 May 2017
From classy pâtisseries to the fresh baking of boulangeries, explore Tokyo‘s best bakeries.

Hidemi Sugino

Bakery, Pastry Shop, Japanese, Asian, Pastries, $$$
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Pastries from Hidemi Sugino
Pastries from Hidemi Sugino | © Sota/Flickr

Named Asia’s Best Pastry Chef in 2015, Hidemi Sugino continues to delight customers with his palm-sized creations, each one like a work of art. His mousse cakes are particular sought after, being even lighter and softer than the norm.
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Pâtisserie Sadaharu Aoki

Bakery, French, none
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Macarons from Patisserie Sadaharu Aoki | © CityFoodsters/Flickr
Macarons from Pâtisserie Sadaharu Aoki | © CityFoodsters/Flickr

Expect beautiful cakes in both classic and modern flavors, including some with an Eastern twist – like their matcha tart and macarons. The owner, Sadaharu Aoki, opened his first shop in Paris nearly twenty years ago and has been honing his skills ever since.
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Occitanial

Bakery, Pastry Shop, French, none
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Occitanial, named after a historic region and language of Southern France, creates French pastries and cakes that are pleasing to the eye and the palette. They are especially proud of their macarons, as well as the pound cake made with caramel.
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Le Pain Quotidien

Bakery, Cafe, French, Japanese, $$$
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Le Pain Quotidien has quickly become a favorite in Japan. The star is the bread, which is made with natural yeast cultures known as levain rather than commercial yeast. They claim this creates a nutritious, easy-to-digest loaf that is lower in gluten.
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Gontran Cherrier

Bakery, French, none
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Breads at Contran Cherrier Tokyo
Breads at Contran Cherrier Tokyo | © Norio NAKAYAMA/Flickr

Gontran Cherrier started out as a simple but ambitious bakery in Paris. The family of the eponymous owner has been baking bread for generations, and with seven outposts in Japan alone, their recipes continue to draw crowds for their quality and classic style.
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Sun - Sat:
7:30 am - 10:00 pm

Brasserie Viron

Bakery, Bistro, Pastelaria, French, $$$
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This boulangerie in Shibuya makes their bread using imported flours from France. If you don’t feel like fixing it up yourself, there’s a bistro upstairs where they serve their breads and pastries in-house.
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Le Pain de Joël Robuchon

Bakery, French, $$$
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Pastries crafted at Joël Robuchon
Pastries crafted at Joël Robuchon | © 挪威 企鵝/Flickr

The bread at Le Pain de Joël Robuchon is sure to satisfy your carb cravings. Or if you’re in the mood for something a little sweeter, La Boutique de Joël Robuchon carries a huge selection of cakes, pastries, and nibbles for every occasion.
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Sun - Sat:
10:00 am - 9:00 pm

SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama

Bakery, Restaurant, Chinese, none
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Inside SunnyHills in Aoyama
Inside SunnyHills in Aoyama | © Forgemind Archmedia/Flickr

SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama specializes in Taiwanese pineapple cakes. For their exclusive-to-Japan recipe, the baker uses butter from France, giving the Tokyo version of this popular snack an even richer and flakier texture.
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Pompadour

Bakery, French, $$$
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A local favorite, Pompadour specializes in making fresh, quality bread. They also carry classic baked treats, like éclairs and sweet rolls.
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Mon - Fri:
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat:
8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Sun:
10:00 am - 8:00 pm